There are many people who, after stating their political, religious or ideological view, or an opinion in a debated or controversial topic, explicitly ask for confirmation.
For example, "Am I right?", "Isn't it so?"
Assuming it's not done in bad faith to provoke a debate, but it just occurs naturally to them, as they expect agreement or sympathy from those around them, how can I avoid expressing agreement, in case I don't intend to trigger a debate in the topic at the moment?
Staying in complete silence is not always an option, especially if the number of participants is very low, or the question is addressed directly at me.
The tactic I usually use is to silently mumble something like "well, that is one way to look at it". Usually it works, sometimes it doesn't.
Note: there are occasions when I'm happy to accept a debate and go into deep discussions about the topic. I'm asking about occasions when I don't.