A:may lead to biased results.
B:is not important.
C:should always include people you can access conveniently.
D:will not change the results of the data.
When selecting a sample for a survey, the way you choose your sample: A) may lead to biased results.
The way you choose your sample matters a lot in order to help limit the bias in sampling data.
There are four types of random samples: simple, stratified, cluster, and systematic.
There are two types of non-random samples: voluntary response and convenience.
You always want to have a random sample in order to have accurate, non-biased results. Therefore, A) May lead to biased results is the best answer.