I agree. It is the word "Easier" that is confusing here.don't think that one style is easier than the other, just different.
For example, I think the longbow shot process is easier than that of a recurve or compound. I don't mean that in any disrespectful way; but it seems to have fewer parts to it. It's over in a flash compared to some of the styles that require a map to find out where the hand or elbow should go next.
I have watched many people shoot a compound for the first time. Some of those were not archers already; they bought a compound and wanted to try it out, never having shot any bow before. Without exception, they shot a pleasing group, once they had their draw length sorted to something like reasonable. There are aspects of the compound's make up that assist raw beginners towards a repetitive draw length and anchor position.
Give someone a recurve bow rather than an all wooden longbow, and they seem to instinctively take their time. That seems to equate to taking more care.Even recurve barebow is usually slower than the usual longbow