Women In The Military
1. This study was done by the Washington Post-Pew Research Center.
2. The research was sponsored by the US Government and the Obama Administration.
3. The government was interested in seeing what the nation thought of more women joining the military and how their presence affected combat and military operations in the eyes of the public. Women weren't always allowed to be in the military and the government wanted to see how things have changed.
4. The information on the methodology is included. It was a random national sample of 1,005 adults and the margin of error for this experiment was plus or minus 3.5%. There was no control group.
5. The results are clear, there are numerous tables/charts/graphs, and the written information was communicated clearly.
6. Yes, they are used in a clear informative manner.