QuestionsWhat are the advantages and disadvantages of sampling surveys?
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Sampling has a variety of benefits and drawbacks. Some of them are pointed out below: Advantages:
  • Since the sample size is less than the entire population, it keeps costs and time down and produces findings more quickly.
  • Since sampling is carried out by skilled and knowledgeable investigators, the results are more reliable.
  • Sampling is the ideal method when there is a huge population.
  • A sample makes it possible to calculate sampling errors. As a result, it helps in learning about various demographic aspects of the population.
  • Because samples are modest in size, studying them takes less room and equipment.
  • Sampling works best when there are few resources available.
Disadvantages: The potential for discrimination is the sample's biggest drawback. But with so many benefits, sampling is the ideal course of action for a research project.
  • Chances of bias.
  • Difficulties in selecting truly a representative sample.
  • Subject-specific knowledge is required.
  • changeability of sampling units.
  • impossibility of sampling.