Congress Less Popular Than Nickelback, Donald Trump And Head Lice: Poll
By: Laura Matthews
International Business Times
1. Public Policy Polling or PPP did the survey.
2. The sponsor is undisclosed.
3. Judging by the questions the purpose of this survey seemed to be how poor of a view of Congress the American public had.
4. They surveyed 830 people in a random sample. For more information on methodology they left an email to contact with questions. (firstname.lastname@example.org).
5. The article seems to just be throwing the statistics at you so it does not seem to be a very clear manner.
6. No graphs are used in the article.