Marlar, Jenny. “Underemployment Rises to 20.3% in March.” Gallup.com. 1 April 2010.
1. The survey was conducted by “Gallup Daily tracking.”
2. The survey was sponsored Gallup.
3. This Gallup survey would find a definite interest in these particular results, given their line of work. As Gallup is a company whose main focus is in the research of surveys and polls, not just these but other survey results would interest them especially during these times.
4. The methodology is clear. The results were based on telephone interviews with a random sample of 20,504 national adults above 18 with a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 1%.
5. Yes, the results are clear. The 20.3% of underemployment is out of adults both “unemployed or working part-time but wanting full-time work.”
6. Yes, the graphs are clear, they show both the unemployed and part-time wanting full-time work throughout December 2009 through March of 2010.