Not many young adults use landlines therefore this data collected do not

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case. Not many young adults use landlines, therefore, this data collected do not represent all people. 1.4.14 An employee survey says, “Employees at this institution are very satisfied with working here. Please rate your satisfaction with the institution.” Discuss how this question could create bias. Survey is hinting the employees since other employees working at this institution are very satisfied with working here, you should be satisfied working here too. 2.1.4 In Connecticut households use gas, fuel oil, or electricity as a heating source. Table #2.1.7 shows the percentage of households that use one of these as their principle heating sources ("Electricity usage," 2013), ("Fuel oil usage," 2013), ("Gas usage," 2013). Create a bar chart and pie chart of this data. State any findings you see from the graphs.
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Table #2.1.7: Data of Household Heating Sources Heating Source Percentage Electricity 15.3% Fuel Oil 46.3% Gas 35.6% Other 2.8% Electricity Fuel Oil Gas Other 0.00% 5.00% 10.00% 15.00% 20.00% 25.00% 30.00% 35.00% 40.00% 45.00% 50.00% Percentage Percentage Percentage Electricity Fuel Oil Gas Other
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According to the charts, fuel oil is the most commonly used heating source in Connecticut, but since it is below 51%, it is not considered majority. 35.6% of households in Connecticut use gas as their heating source; 15.3% use electricity as their heating source, and there are 2.8% households use other types of heating source that are not specifically defined in this survey
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