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Do You Know Someone Who Believes in Conspiracy Theories? We Wish to Hear About It.

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Conspiracy theories have change into an increasingly common problem in the USA. From the QAnon movement to misinformation about Covid-19 vaccines, many Americans have accepted ideas that aren’t backed by science or fact.

We’re serious about talking to individuals who at one point believed in conspiracy theories and other forms of disinformation but have since reconsidered their views, in addition to with individuals who currently hold those views. When you, a friend or a member of the family believes or once believed in a conspiracy theory, were a part of the QAnon movement or joined an internet community that shared misinformation, we’d prefer to hear from you.

Your experiences will help us understand conspiracy theories in the USA and the way they spread and find recent members. When you share your contact information, we may get in contact with you to learn more about your experience.

We won’t publish your name together with your submission without getting your consent.

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