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sample survey

nStichprobenerhebung f
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The research was carried out by the Indian Institute of Public Health and is based on the data collected from the registry institutions and the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO), a statement released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said.
But the Tokyo Metropolitan government only surveyed a portion of businesses from 2004 (the so-called sample survey).
Validation of a sample survey does not even require a population count; what it needs are other, preferably many, surveys.
According to the National Household Sample Survey (Pnad), 2.8mn children and adolescents aged four to 17 are out of school.
"But this exceptionally large 10,000 sample survey contains more than 2,700 current Labour supporters, leaving no room for doubt about the size of the majority among them for a new public vote."
WiseApp also said the number of people who have downloaded the game fell to 850,000 on Thursday, down from 2.83 million people on Tuesday, citing its sample survey of 17,400 smartphone users.
The nature conservation organisation also counted 19 pairs of curlew in a sample survey area compared with 10 in 2004 and 16 in 2015.
In a written reply to the Lok Sabha, Minister of State for Finance Santosh Kumar Gangwar said RBI has informed that it recently conducted a "representative sample survey" of about 4,000 ATMs situated in metro, semi-urban, urban and rural areas across the country.
The quality of sample survey results made available to users through the Monthly Labor Review depends upon realizing this transition.
According to the National Household Sample Survey Continuous (Continuous PNAD, in Portuguese), the number of unemployed in the reporting period stood at 8.6 million people, 7.4% more than in February-April quarter and 26.6% above the reference from May to July 2014.
In examining years of data from the National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses and the American Community Survey, researchers found that male registered nurses were paid more than their female counterparts across settings, specialties and positions.