Using a newspaper article from the AIU library’s full text database, create a lecture (with citations) that includes the following:
1. Describe an entertainment poll or survey. Analyze the number of people who participated in the sample compared to the number in the population. If not found then critique the validity of the results.
Discuss how the results of the survey can be used to tell a story or support an idea of the sponsoring company or media group.

2. Choose any political article from www.gallup.com
Describe the poll or survey. Analyze the number of people who participated in the sample compared to the number in the population.
Discuss how the results of the survey can be used to tell a story or support an idea of the sponsoring company or media group.

3. Choose any general survey article from www.gallup.com
Describe and Discuss same criteria as the other 2 surveys.
4. Consider the 3 surveys.
Compare and contrast the sample sizes in each of the 3 surveys mentioned in the post and determine if the samples sizes are appropriate. In your opinion, which appears to be the most valid?
All of this section of the paper will be 3 pages in length. Please do not use quotes or copy definitions. You must also place a reference list at the end containing the articles cited.

Part2(1 page + Excel charts)
Last part: Create your own 3-question entertainment survey or another free survey program. Secure a minimum of 20 responses. Survey respondents may be friends, family, or classmates.
Create Excel charts of your results and describe those charts that are copied from the survey software.
• Include a copy of your survey
• Provide charts of your results and describe those charts in words
• Explain how the results of your survey can be used by a media group or company

This section of the paper will contain 1 page of text and 3 charts (excel).

References to use:

Gallup. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.gallup.com/home.aspx
Pew Research. (n.d.). Question search. Retrieved from http://people-press.org/question-search
Survey Monkey. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.surveymonkey.com.com/
Zoomerang. (n.d.). http://www.zoomerang.com/basic/