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Very soon, I will be taking a survey of all the students, faculty, and
staff of my university concerning a problem they all face equally. It
is my goal that the info I gather might be used by the board to find a
solution. My delima is how to organize my data:
Should I weight weight results from any particular group?
Should I concentrate one only one particular group due to time?
Any suggestions you have would be appreciated.