Test: LSAT Logical Reasoning

The candidate with the most screen time in a televised debate usually receives the largest poll bump. As Mr. Smith received ten percent more screen time in the most recent debate, he should see a significant improvement in his poll numbers.

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Which of the following statements best describes the flaw in the argument presented in the above passage?

That all politicians feature the same talking points in debates.

That an event which has occurred in the past is guaranteed to occur in the future.

That the use of poll numbers is always reflective of actual opinions and beliefs.

That most politicians focus on winning debates as compared to the other aspects of campaigning.

That the debate was focused on serious issues that voters most care about.

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