Recent Examples of nonscientific from the Web
These are the results of a nonscientific user poll.
Notions that millennials prefer urban living aren't necessarily true in Kansas City, where real estate marketers at Highline Partners found favor for homes and yards in a nonscientific poll earlier this year.
Our highly nonscientific survey found that early-’80s babies often feel culturally removed from 20-somethings and ambivalent about being categorized as millennials.
If 50-year-old leading men routinely win the hearts of 30-year-old actresses in Hollywood films (as demonstrated by a totally nonscientific survey of movies watched on a recent cross-country flight), what happens to 50-year-old women?
In fact, in nearly two dozen random interviews with constituents — an admittedly nonscientific survey — not one person objected to Pelosi and fellow Democrats cutting deals with the president.
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