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Pr(l - pj] The Problem of Nonresponse Incomplete enumeration of the sample is a troublesome feature of many sur- veys. org/access_use#pd-google questionnaire; when surveys are conducted by the interview method, some individu- als cannot be located for questioning or refuse to answer the questions. Unless some correction is made for this incompleteness, the estimates based on the sur- vey may be seriously biased. The ideal solution of course would be to conduct the survey so well that no incompleteness would be present.
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