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In general, audiences are likely to

A) ignore poor organization if the message is important.
B) draw inaccurate conclusions from poorly organized messages.
C) fully understand most messages, even those that are poorly organized.
D) feel more comfortable with free-flowing, disorganized messages than rigidly structured ones.
E) use a poorly organized message to open a line of discussion.

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Answer: B
Explanation: B) Poorly organized messages will confuse and frustrate your audience. Typically, this occurs when the bottom line isn't expressed clearly up front but instead is buried further down in the message. In that case, the audience may conclude that the message is about one topic when it really aims to focus on a different topic.


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