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he obtained his information in which of the following ways?°Craig put up a flier in the political science department asking people to email him their responses. °Craig surveyed the first eight people he bumped into at a football game. °Craig surveyed everyone in his fraternity, and told his friends to ask their friends. °*Correct Craig surveyed every third person to walk into the student union during peak hours over the course of several days.Correct. Of these options, surveying every third person to walk into the student union during peak hours over the course of several days would probablygive Craig the largest, most diverse, and most bias-free sample size, and therefore Craig would be able to make a more persuasive claim.SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONSuppose you read a study that stated that 52 percentof all voters in the town of Marble Glen are registeredDemocrats. Now consider the following argument:The majority of voters in Marble Glen are Democrats.Fiona lives in Marble Glen.Therefore, Fiona is probably a Democrat.How strong or weak is this inductive argument? Explain your answer.