There was a really interesting infographic in The Times magazine this weekend that I thought was pretty cool and I suppose it goes to show how quickly people are to jump to irrational conclusions and generalisations.
Of every £100 of benefits, the public estimate that £24 is fraudulently claimed - the actual figure is 70p.
The proportion of the population made up of recent immigrants was estimated to be 31%, and in reality it is 13%.
The percentage of teenage girls that get pregnant every year is estimated to be 15%, and the actual figure is 0.6%.
Robert Webb tells Russell Brand: your essay has made me rejoin the Labour party.
Finally, someone talking some sense.