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Academics call this the nonresponse bias and have observed different reasons for it.
Reconsidering those polls suggests that the corrections performed for nonresponse in state polls were not as thorough and effective as were done for national surveys.
There’s certainly cause for concern over the geographic impacts of these closings, not to mention the political nonresponse to them at a time when the president is still crowing over the barely significant coal industry.
The nonresponse rate alone probably dooms the report as sound quantitative analysis.
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