Question: A Yankelovich Skelly and White poll taken in the fall

A Yankelovich, Skelly, and White poll taken in the fall of 1984 showed that one- fifth of the 2,207 people surveyed admitted to having cheated on their federal income taxes. Do you think that this fraction is close to the actual proportion who cheated? Why? (Discuss the difficulties of obtaining accurate information on a question of this type.)

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