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Hello Dave, it says that Y had defeated P. The question states that if true, each of the following contributes to explaining this discrepancy however, if the poll's questions were designed by staff members of P's campaign, how did Y end up winning? I thought C was the correct answer here because it does not seem to explain the discrepancy.
Polls do not determine the winner of an election.
If Panitch's staff designed the poll questions, then they may have introduced bias to the poll's results. This bias could explain the discrepancy between the poll's results and the election results.
Thanks for wonderful explanations!
I wanted to check, LSAT keeps throwing questions at us to confuse us with %age, size etc without giving us exact idea of numbers involved.
but if they havent mentioned directly that Y's and M's supporters were the same size and eligible voters for Y were less, then why should we assume it?
Thanks! Total compliment coming from your quirky self.
And I mean if I say I have more dogs performing in dog show than yours that’s why I won. But it also could be I had 3/5 who performed and yours 4/10 did.