A polling organization conducts a study to estimate the percentage of households that has high speed internet access. It mails a questionnaire to 1283 randomly selected households across the United States and asks the head of each household and asks the head of each household if he or she has high speed internet access. of the 1283 households selected, 27 responded.
The survey design is flawed. Which of the following best describes the problem?
A. interviewer error
B. poorly worded question
D. Flawed sampling method
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you ought to get a few opinions on this but i think its B
isnt the phrase 'high speed internet access' rather vague?
i would think it would be B too, i hate these, lol no one ever responds so im usually left guessing.
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it could also be the sampling method - did they check that every household had a computer? The fact that there was only 27 replies might mean that many of the 1283 households hadn't. Sorry i cant be of much help