Moost (if that's your real name), data for public prisons is subject to sunshine laws, whereas a private prison is not legally compelled to such oversight -- hence the protest and shareholder resolution. Please try to think before you post.
Don't Ask, I do believe you're right.
"Students interviewed 640 people age 18 or older chosen at random from the
state population. The poll has an estimated error margin of ± 4 percentage points at the 95 percent level of confidence. Theoretically, this means that a sample of this size should produce a statistical portrait of the population within 4 percentage points 95 out of 100 times. Other factors, such as question wording, also affect the outcome of a survey. Error margins are greater for sample subgroups."
@Ashley: An excellent point.
@Min: To be perfectly honest, I would, too.
The CEOs and stockholders of print chains are doing a pretty good job ruining newspapers on their own. I was just opining that television is one of many alternatives to print that probably seems more attractive whenever a news organ screws up, online or in print, because of (but not limited to) TV's inherent accessibility and ubiquity, its soothing yet creepy ability to condition the brain to interpret events without context, etc. etc. (Of course, the Internet has ruined everything, so let's blame Al Gore.)
@Pete: Guilty as charged. I'm still learning the vernacular, so please bear with me.
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