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A regular feature in a newspaper asks readers to respond via-E-mail to a survey that requires a yes or no response. In the following day’s newspaper, the percentage of yes response. In the following day’s news paper, the percentage of yes and no response are reported. Discuss why we should ignore these statistics.

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Are the readers of this paper representative of the population as a whole?

Of the readers, who are most likely to respond to any survey?

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