“Point of views” or “points of view” – Which is correct?

points of view

“” is a compound noun that refers to an opinion, attitude, or judgement.
Compound form their plural by adding “s” (or its variants) to the noun that changes in number.
In “point of view” , it is the word “point” that changes in number, not the word “view”.
Ex:
mother-in-law ====> mothers-in-law
jack-in-the-box====> jacks-in-the-box
heir apparent ====> heirs apparent

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