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32 subjects in a study were recruited by advertisements to participate in a study of attitudes and values toward wine.

What assumption are you making about these subjects?
(I noticed that the problem does not state it is a SRS.)

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    They are a random sample of people or possibly wine drinkers, so their results can be generalized to whichever population.

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