Campus researchers conducting surveys on political orientation recently found that a majority of conservative students are women, although when the researchers conducted in-person interviews shortly before the survey they found that men were more likely to identify as conservative. Afterwards, the researchers determined that, unlike women, men were less likely to identify as conservative on the survey than women and women were far more likely to finish and submit the survey. Therefore, using only in-person interviews instead would likely result in a more accurate depiction of student politics.
Which of the following statements, if true, would most support the argument in the above passage?
A. The number of student respondents will be significantly higher at the next data collection.
B. More women will identify as conservative at the next data collection.
C. For each person interviewed in-person before the next survey, researchers will be more accurately able to determine political orientation.
D. People who expressed no political orientation will respond more confidently to in-person interviews.
E. At the next data collection, researchers should conduct fewer in-person interviews over surveys.
Campus researchers conducting surveys on political orientation recently found that a majority of conservative students
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