CRE 101 Grand Canyon University Polls for Critical Reading Questions


Use the provided poll sites to review one poll used for human research.
Analyze and evaluate the poll using the criteria below.
Title and web address of the poll
Date of the poll
Polling Question
Target population (based on the question)
Sample size
Data collection format (e.g. phone interview,      online survey, paper/pencil survey)
Margin of Error (if available)
Results (copy and paste graph if available)

Conclusion:      Provide at least two conclusions about the poll.


Choose an article from the provided:

News about research

Cannabis Products Really May Have an Antidepressant Effect, Small Study Hints by Jacinta Bowler (2021)  

Eating protein 4 times a day combined with fasting may help you burn belly fat faster than calorie cutting alone, research suggests by Gabby Landsverk (2021)

New Study Explains Why Dogs Do The Head Tilt, And It’s Honestly Too Cute to Handle by Aylin Woodward (2021) 

Study shows Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness declines after six months by Joseph Choi (2021) 

MIND diet associated with lower risk of Alzheimer’s, cognitive decline, study says, By Julia Musto (2021)

A Landmark Autism Intervention Study Has Shown Dramatically Reduced Diagnosis Rates, By Bowler (2021)

Third Pfizer dose 86% effective in over 60s, Israeli HMO says (2021)

Study: Fully vaccinated people with “breakthrough” COVID Delta infections carry as much virus as the unvaccinated, By Tucker Reals (2021)

Avoid these five risk factors and live longer, study says, By Sandee LaMotte (2020)

A later bedtime linked with obesity for children under 6, study says, By Katie Hunt (2020)

More screen time for toddlers is tied to poorer development a few years later, study says, By Jacqueline Howard (2019)

Nap it up! Study shows a power snooze is good for your health By Erika Edwards (2019)

High Stress Drives Up Your Risk Of A Heart Attack. Here’s How To Chill Out, By Alison Aubrey (2019)

Should Childhood Trauma Be Treated As A Public Health Crisis? By Erin Blakemore (2018)
Music makes us enjoy exercise more, finds brain study By Honor Whiteman (2018)
Detecting schizophrenia before symptoms arise By Tim Newman (2018)
A New, More Rigorous Study Confirms: The More You Use Facebook, the Worse You Feel By Holly Shakya and Nicholas Christakis (2017)
Read the article and complete the argument, analysis, and response sections based on the criteria below. Write each section in paragraph form.
Title and author of the article
What is the issue in the article?
What is the conclusion of the issue?
Describe the study used as reasons to support the author’s conclusion:
sample size, target population, length of study, methods, data collection, conclusions/results
What values does the author/researcher hold in regards to the study? Why do they hold these values?
Based on the values, what assumptions does the author/researcher hold regarding the study? Why do they hold these assumptions?
Using the criteria for a quality study, evaluate the credibility of the study using specific examples.
Based on the criteria used to evaluate the study, does the study justify the argument? Why or why not?
Is the author/researcher bias towards the study? Why or why not?
How might the study be enhanced?

How does the title relate to the article? Does it align or mislead conclusions about the study?


What is your personal conclusion on the issue?

At least three reasons to support your conclusion

Is this study relevant to your life or others? How?

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