Quota sample, Advanced Statistics

Quota sample is the sample in which the units are not selected at the random, but in terms of a particular number of units in each of a number of categories; for instance, 10 men over the age of 40, 25 women between ages 30 and 35, etc. It is widely used in opinion polls.

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