Comment: This isn't really accurate.

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This isn't really accurate.

This is like saying that 90% of the world believes in God, so if you don't, you are in the minority. The truth is that the 90% who believe in "God" don't all believe in the same one, so in reality, they are not the majority. They are all minorities as well.
The 90% who believe in conspiracy theories don't all believe the same ones. To group them all just to makes someone else seem like a minority is to ignore the fact that the 90% consists of people who believe in some, but not others, and probably think that others in that 90% are all wingnuts as well.
To put it bluntly, there is no 90% who believe in conspiracy theories. That number is just an invention used to re-define who believes what. The more people who "believe in conspiracy theories", the mores successful you will be in using the bandwagon fallacy to convince someone that your specific conpsiracy is possible.

Free market capitalism isn't right for America because it works better. It's right because it's free (and it works better).