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1. In a Microsoft Word document, create your own fictitious example of a poll. Use the example above as a guide. Keep it simple but make it as real as possible. In your document, also identify what is wrong with the polling information you made up. 2. By Thursday , submit your Word document to the drop box. 3. Also by Thursday , post your fictitious poll information. While it may be obvious do not yet post what is wrong with the polling information you fabricated. 4. By Friday , read your classmate's postings. Note: you must first post your ideas before you can see those of your classmates. 5. Analyze and evaluate the fictitious polls of two classmates using the same critical questions and sub- questions and same pattern as in this week's key points. Identify the problem(s) in your classmates' polls. Post your responses to each classmate. Choose classmates who have not yet received two responses. 6. By Sunday , copy and paste what is wrong with your poll as a reply to the responses from the classmates who commented on your poll. Then compare your analyses and evaluations with the answers from your peers 7. “Non-believers now outnumber believers in most states.”
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  • Spring '19
  • Major League Baseball, new york yankees, Boston Red Sox, Red Sox, Chicago White Sox, 1949 Major League Baseball season

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