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The concept of sampling describes
Taking large samples that are nearly the same size as the population.
Taking a sample in hopes that it will give the statistician a snapshot of how the population behaves or feels.
Taking only simple random samples, where everybody in the population has an equal chance of being selected.
Getting results from all subjects in the population.
Interviewing subjects that are easiest to reach, hoping to get as large of a sample as possible.