Opinions can be wrong, of course.
And, of course, no one thinks their opinions are wrong.
I feel like I always come back to this idea when describing most concepts in economics. It’s all a technical way of stating the obvious, if I am going
To temper the issue of coming across too strong, however, I try to state facts I know to be true as questions.
Honestly, which comes across better?
Or: “I think I have read that economists worry high minimum wages cause unemployment among lower-skilled workers?”
You see the point.
It tends to take the sting out of it all.
It seems they were either deceiv’d in themselves, of deceiv’d the Parliament; but common sense, aided by present danger, will sometimes be too strong for whimsical opinions.
-Benjamin Franklin, Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin