The second step of the data-gathering process is the actual collection of the data.

The second step of the data-gathering process is the actual collection of the data. There are many different ways to collect data, but one that is particularly common is the questionnaire. Asking pertinent questions from a suitably large sample of people can give you the information you need to define and solve the issue you have selected.
To prepare:
Think about the public policy and administration issue you have been examining throughout the course.
Consider what questions you might ask in order to collect more data.
For this Assignment:
Identify the public policy and administration issue you want to study and create a short 10-question interview or survey that might be used to collect qualitative data. Avoid questions with “yes” or “no” answers, and ask questions that will require some thought and explanation on the part of the interviewee.
**The issue that I would like to discuss is poverty and its relation to government assistance.**

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