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which of these is an unbaised question?

a> will you vote fot the young inexperienced candidate, Mr.Soong, or the experienced candiate. Ms. Lopez

b> will you vote for Mr. Soong or Ms. Lopez

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asked by malna
  1. Which do you think is unbiased?

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  2. i don't know that's why i posted here....plz help me

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    posted by malna
  3. Which of those questions has descriptions which would influence your vote?

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    posted by GuruBlue
  4. What do these judgement words mean? young (how young?) experienced, inexperienced (in what field? how "experienced" is Ms. Lopez?)

    Do you find any judgement words in b?

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  5. well we don't get any experienced word in be....so is B an unbaised question?

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    posted by pari
  6. Yes. B is an unbiased question.

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  7. thanks a lot for the help

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    posted by malna
  8. You're welcome.

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