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  1. That makes sense. We learned in Social Psyc that poor opinions of people you don’t typically come in contact with are generally because the bad incidents stick out. For example, if you hear stories about two groups with an equal percentage of bad things and good things, the one with less incidents will seem worse because you will have heard fewer things about that group and so the bad ones stick out.

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