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The black community

Discussion in 'Ethics & Morality' started by I Eat Pie, Jul 26, 2013.

  1. Lollerskates

    Lollerskates Junior Member

    Yea, and I was going to add something/edit my post sort of in relation to this.

    I am not saying I don't trust Gallup, polls, or polls with "certain" amount of objects polled. I am also not denying the scientific and political importance of polling - especially Gallup polls. What I meant is that for a poll that is used for drawing a conclusion for the entire political climate/opinion/mindset of certain people based on a sample of less than 0.1% of that group's population is something I am not comfortable doing. This is especially the case when the sample object (humans) involves so many variables both predictable and unpredictable. In other words, I cannot fathom how 1/35,000 representation of a population's political alignment can be taken seriously, and how any reasonably accurate conclusion can be extrapolated and applied to the entire population.