October 2010 LSAT Section 5 Question 11
Mehran on December 1, 2016@samuel let's break down the argument here:
on May 31, 2018Why is C wrong?
Christopher on June 6, 2018@meisen, there is nothing in the question that refers to the likelihood or unlikelihood of the airport being built other than the actual conclusion, which is "it is unlikely to be built." The flaw in the logic is that the author concludes that if the majority of residents want the airport to be built, it will be built to mean that if the majority of residents do not want the airport to be built, it will not be built. It is possible that a majority oppose the airport but that it still be built, therefore (A) is the correct answer.