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But what’s even more noteworthy is that 15 percent of people who voted for Trump told us that more people were in the image on the left — the photo from Trump’s inauguration — than the picture on the right.
We got that answer from only 2 percent of Clinton voters and 3 percent of nonvoters.
Even when the photographic evidence was directly in front of them and the question was straightforward, one in seven Trump supporters gave the clearly false answer.
Why would anyone give the wrong answer to a pretty simple question?
She's simultaneously coldly factual and hysterically emotional; it's especially upsetting in this collection because by the time you're through, it's a little too easy to put together the various fragments of herself she's scattered throughout the short stories.
It's hard to read because she writes with so much hopelessness- for herself, for humans in general, and for the way society operates.
If there were no political controversy, any respondent who took the time to look at the photographs would see more people in the image on the right than the one on the left.
If the past is any guide, we would expect that Trump supporters would be more likely to claim that the picture with the larger crowd was the one from Trump’s inauguration, as doing so would express and reinforce their support for him.Both are chilling- especially as you keep remembering real-life Arcan's suicide.All in all I can't say that I enjoyed reading these, but Nelly Arcan has some really important things to say- about whole lot of things.I don't recommend reading Nelly Arcan while you're still recovering from an unsettling read. Her prose is often beautiful at first glance; read the sentence over again, and you realize it's entirely coated in blood and pus-- impossible to get to the beauty.
Exit I found enjoyable, a little nauseating and ironically optimistic, Hysteric I found over the top and utterly revolting (and to Arcan's credit, there are two or three scenes from it that haunt me till now).” Some of these people probably understood that the image on the left was from Trump’s inauguration and that the image on the right was from Obama’s, but admitting that there were more people in the image on the right would mean they were acknowledging that more people attended Obama’s inauguration.