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Option 2 Magazine surveys are not random because the only respondents will be people that can afford to subscribe to or purchase the magazine, desire to subscribe to or purchase the  magazine and feel strongly enough about the subject matter to take the time to  complete the survey.  If the survey is about women’s points of view, then a magazine  traditionally intended for women is probably appropriate. However, you’re missing the  majority of the lower-income women who may feel strongly one way or the other but  don’t have the means to take part, meaning your sample is not representative.  Additionally, there may be many subscribers who don’t care enough to bother taking the survey, leaving us with responses only from those that do. Another factor to consider  when talking about magazine surveys is the content of the magazine. Using the 
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