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14 December, 08:47

Which of these is usually true of a convenience sample?

A. It consists of respondents with strong opinions.

B. It gives reliable results.

C. It is randomly chosen.

D. It consists of the entire population.

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  1. 14 December, 09:49
    A is usually true.

    A convenience sample does not always represent the entire population and is not always random; therefore it does not always give reliable results. It does allow for people with stronger opinions to participate, however, so A is true.
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