There are only 10 states that use the caucus system, these statesare Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Kansas, Maine, Minnesota, Nevada,North Dakota, Wyoming and Iowa. Virginia uses primary for electionpurposes.
Primary Sources of DataPrimary sources are original sources from which the researcher directly collects data that have not been previously collected e.g.., collection of data directly by the researcher on brand awareness, brand preference, brand loyalty and other aspects of consumer behaviour from a sample of consumers by interviewing them,. Primary data are first hand information collected through various methods such as observation, interviewing, mailing etc. Advantage of Primary Data·It is original source of data ·It is possible to capture the changes occurring in the course of time. ·It flexible to the advantage of researcher. ·Extensive research study is based of primary data Disadvantage of Primary Data1.Primary data is expensive to obtain2.It is time consuming3.It requires extensive research personnel who are skilled4. It is difficult to administer.
The US primary religion is Christinanity, and in Christinanity it is Cathlic. How this helps!!!82% of Americans are christian Actually from the web link I listed below with the most recent statistics it shows that Protestant Christians are highest ranking in the us.
The Virginia Plan is the proposal of the big states on how government should be. The legislature would be bicameral (it would have two houses). The number of representatives would be determined by state population, which would benefit the big states. The New Jersey Plan was proposed by the small states. The legislature would be unicameral (it would have one house). Each state would have the same number of representatives, which would benefit the small states. The Great Compromise was the compromise of the small and big states. The legislature would be bicameral. Having one house have equal representatives for each state, and the other would have the number of representatives based on the state population.
The Virginia plan and the New Jersey plan both favored a bicameral Congress. They differed in that the New Jersey plan wanted both houses to have equal representation, while the Virginia plan hoped for both houses to be represented by population size.