elections, as are reports on surveys done by universities and research groups.
The survey results of small groups of people are used to portray a general consensus about a population. Do you ever wonder how many people should be included in a survey to make it a meaningful reflection of a population? Now you will be able to answer your own question. After learning this, you might never feel the same about these polls and surveys again.
Using the following specific resources, create lecture (with citations) that includes the following:
Part 1: Survey Analysis
Use polls from one of the following sources: Click on each source
Use polls from one of the following sources:
Consider the 2 surveys presented.
This section of the paper will be 2-3 p in length, and each survey or poll described must come from AIU Library’s Newsstand ProQuest Database and the sources provided.
Please do not use quotes or copy definitions. You will not receive credit for understanding the materials if you use the words of others. Keep in mind that because you did research and you have citations in the body of the post, you must also place a reference list at the end containing the textbook and the articles cited.
Gallup. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.gallup.com/Home.aspx
Pew Research. (n.d.). Question search. Retrieved from http://people-press.org/question-search
Survey Monkey. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.surveymonkey.com/
Zoomerang. (n.d.). http://www.zoomerang.com/basic/Sign
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