For each of the arguments in the previous question, decide whether the premises provide sufficient support for the conclusions. If not, suggest ways the argument might be strengthened.
Look in the newspaper for articles reporting on surveys. Find the questions that were asked, and assess whether they are ambiguous, loaded, biased, charged, or otherwise bad. Be as specific as you can, and do not charge a survey with asking a bad question unless you can support your claim.
Look through the newspaper and find 5 articles that make measurement claims. Using the concepts we discussed in this section, identify some questions that need to be considered in deciding the measurements are acceptable.