Change is NOT as bad as it first appears

New UBC research shows that opinion polls overestimate how much people oppose change, reports the Daily Mail.

“When we anticipate that something is going to happen, and then it actually happens, we immediately start to find ways of twisting our perceptions to make ourselves feel better about it, more so than we were doing when we merely anticipated this new thing,” said study author and UBC professor Kristin Laurin.