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The Morning News radio station is interested in predicting the proportion of registered voters who support an increase in the state sales tax. Listeners were asked to go to the station's website and indicate whether they favored an increase in the tax in order to support the State Park system. There were 1,744 listeners who logged on and 922 who were against the increase. The population of interest is (1 point) all people who listen to the station. the 1744 listeners who logged in and indicated their preference. the 922 listeners who were against the issue. all registered voters. only the portion of the 1,744 listeners who voted that are actually registered to vote.
I think its A?
I am thinking it is A. I am wrong about a lot of stuff, so I could be wrong
I believe A is the population, but B is population of interest (The ones that were active)
You would want to do all of them so you know out of all the people that listen to that station
The Spokesman-Review wants to know the public opinion on the construction of a new library downtown. It is decided that 48 people will be surveyed using a simple random sample. Which of the following will produce a simple random sample? (1 point) Number the residents using the latest census data, then use a random number generator to pick 48 people. Record the opinion of the first 48 people who visit the newspaper's website. Survey every fourth person who enters the current library until 48 have responded. Randomly select 48 people from the phone book. Randomly select 12 people each from the downtown, south hill, northwest, and hillyard parts of the city.
I think this one is also A
A does sound good
well to be truly random it would be A
In sample surveys, bias can be controlled by all of the following EXCEPT (1 point) prompting respondents so that they give correct responses. using a probability or chance sampling procedure. *myanswer wording questions so they are not confusing or misleading. carefully training and supervising interviewers. reducing non-response and undercoverage.
I don't know about this one
i believe it's reducing non-response and undercovergae
Which of the following are true statements? I. Voluntary response samples often under-represent people with strong opinions. II. Convenience samples often lead to undercoverage bias. III. Questionnaires with non-neutral wording are likely to have response bias. (1 point) I and II I and III II and III I, II, and III None of the above gives the true set of responses. I think its B.
i think your right
1 im not sure i know its not c or d 2 lll is true, and id have to say l so ill agree B