Is it true that all universally measurable sets (say on $[0,1]$ ) have the perfect set property?
I am not an expert in this at all and the answer may be known, but I was not able to find it.
I know that all Borel, analytic, and projective sets have the perfect set property and are universally measurable
but in such generality the answer to my question may be false.
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