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The 2016 election demonstrated the importance of careful weighting protocols, as many state-level surveys did not weight samples by educational attainment.
HOW THE WASHINGTON POST’S POLLING AVERAGE WORKSSCOTT CLEMENT, EMILY GUSKINOCTOBER 16, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Some pollsters such as Ipsos and the Pew Research Center have taken weighting by education a step further by weighting for educational attainment within racial groups.
Melillo traces the history of these bugs and their products as a query into modernity’s attainments and its discontents.
“Because the center-assessed grades elevated the overall attainment, the currency of qualifications got devalued, so it pushed everything up the system,” says Andrew Hargreaves, co-founder of DataHE.
The Post-ABC Minnesota poll’s initial sample of adults was weighted by educational attainment as well as race, gender, age and geopolitical regions of the state.
It cannot be said that the insurgents in the field had advanced one step towards the attainment of their object.
Not necessarily, he went on; if the motive is clearly within our grasp, the attainment is possible.
THE FIFTH STRING  JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
The reception of it did not imply the attainment of grace; but as a sign, it was appointed to denote grace received.
It aspired to rise to a knowledge of God as the supremest wisdom and grandest attainment of mortal man.
Eva Poindexter may be a country girl, but she has her standards, too, and mere grace and attainment are not sufficient to win her.
THE CIRCULAR STUDYANNA KATHARINE GREEN

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