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###### Has decided to poll sample of students to find out: whether he or she supports the store'$ closing; how many times each has visited the store, and whether he or she agrees that "pornography causes sexual assaults on women." The class also collects informa- tion on the gender; political philosophy, and major of the students_

has decided to poll sample of students to find out: whether he or she supports the store'$ closing; how many times each has visited the store, and whether he or she agrees that "pornography causes sexual assaults on women." The class also collects informa- tion on the gender; political philosophy, and major of the students_

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