It can be difficult to stay objective. When you have ideas about how something functions before you learn how it really works, it can be difficult to figure it out. If you’re looking for an answer among data instead of interpreting the information to form an answer, you’re likely to get it incorrect. It helps to suspend all you think you know on a subject to interpret related information objectively. Also, if the information isn’t of a scientific nature, it may be biased. It’s much easier to determine if something is written objectively than it is to read objectively.
Objectivity is fairness and hearing all of an argument instead of just what you agree or disagree with. It’s the facts stated independent of human feelings or judgments. Information given without origin of an agenda is likely to be objective.
-Jeremy Edward Dion