A Double-Barreled Question is a question designed to mislead or influence by connecting two things that are unrelated. The term has a negative connotation and is often considered a political trick.
|Definition||A question designed to mislead by unfairly connecting multiple things and requesting a single answer.|
|Example||Should the government create jobs and cancel unfair trade agreements? Did you finish your work before your boss fired you for always being late?|
|Also Known As||Compound Question |
|Related Concepts||Closed-Ended QuestionLeading QuestionLoaded QuestionSuggestive QuestionTrick Question|
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