During a recent U.S. election, the news media interviewed a group of women in Florida. Although opinion polls strongly supported the liberal candidate, these conservative women were still optimistic that their own side would win. One woman said, “I don’t think those polls are very good—after all, they’ve never called me. Have they called any of you ladies?” Is this woman’s critique of polling techniques appropriate? Why or why not?
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Hello Classmates and Professor , Politics is not my strong suit since I am not fro this country and I never really got the hang of it so I had to re structure the question a bit to fit me . I believe that this is wrong faking results from someone that did n’t take the test or changing the answers to benefit the election partys poll . Individuals should be asked directly and the answers should not be changed because it would invalid the structure of the polls and it keeps a loyal system for counting votes . The womans polling critic is not appropriate for the fact that she is apart of the group and all the ladys must have gotten the same poll question , but she is now upset that she got picked to have her question and answers read out loud . That ‘s not right anyways , privacy is needed no matter what .