If determinism cannot be proven to be true or false is it rational to believe it

If determinism cannot be proven to be true or false is it rational to believe it

If determinism cannot be proven to be true or false is it rational to believe it is true on the grounds it is likely to be true and I am reasonably justified to do so? Or would the rational position be to withold believe one way or the other until stronger evidence is presented. Is it even possible to have evidence in favor of determinism?

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