zarkam21:

Help with this A former president required that callers to the White House first complete a survey like the one that follows before being connected. For all questions, callers could press 1 for yes, 2 for no, and 3 for undecided. The survey asked: Do you agree that it is a good idea to fully fund public education? Do you agree that it is important to support human rights around the world? Do you agree that a strong economy is best for America? Callers who selected yes to all questions were congratulated for being part of the wide majority who fully supported the president’s domestic and foreign policy (a percentage was calculated and reported instantly). Assess at least three good and three bad points of such a survey, based on your understanding from the reading.

5 months ago
zarkam21:

@Shadow

5 months ago
zarkam21:

BAD: 1. While the sample may be large, there is no way to determine if it is representative of the population. 2. The questions are very carefully worded to elicit a positive response--almost no one in their right mind would answer "no." 3. One cannot come tot he conclusion that the person supports the President's policies regardless of which way one answered the questions. GOOD: 2. The questions were easy to understand because of the simple straightforward manner of asking them. 3. The persons surveyed were given an undecided answer option.

5 months ago
zarkam21:

Need help with one more good aspect

5 months ago
zarkam21:

@Vocaloid

5 months ago
Arcadiouse:

For good: It offered the administration a feeling on what they should either improve on next or create next. It also helped them decide if it was good to keep going in that direction with the country.

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