Surely a sample of 1000, whether in or out of DB's office, which included
anyone who knew anything about data protection would be most
unrepresentative - unless you included Lucy the Dog! Anyway a member of a
group of circa 600 (us) would have a 0.0001% chance of being surveyed -
even on a Friday. Anyone for snowballs in hell? ;)
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From: "Su Goulding" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Friday, April 23, 2004 1:51 PM
Subject: "Most people" happy with ID cards
> According to the BBC & others recently, a survey of 1000 people indicated
that the majority are now pro- ID card.
> Was anyone on this list (or their friends or family) canvassed for their
views? I'm not asking what answers you gave, that's your business, just
interested in how representative these 1000 were. Maybe they just asked
around in David Blunkett's office and called it a survey?
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