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Is “I’m inclined to believe” used as the same meaning as “I think” ?

e.g.
“I’m inclined to believe that people should be independent after graduating from high school. “ and
“I think that people should be independent after graduating high school.” are the same?

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Is “I’m inclined to believe” used as the same meaning as “I think” ?

e.g.
 “I’m inclined to believe that people should be independent after graduating from high school. “ and 
 “I think that people should be independent after graduating high school.” are the same?
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