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A student was study the political party preference of a university's student population. The survey instrument asked student to identify themselves as a democrat or a republican. This question is flawed because:
A. students generally don't know their political preferences.
B. the categories are generally mutually exclusive.
C. the catergories are not exhaustive.
D. political preference is a continuous variable.

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