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This may not be an ideal situation every time. Retrieved September 14, 2010. Two-stage cluster sampling[edit]. Assuming a fixed sample size, the technique gives more accurate results when most of the variation in the population is within the groups, not between them. The population within a cluster should ideally be as heterogeneous as possible, but there should be homogeneity between cluster means.

Errors: The other probabilistic methods give fewer errors than this method. In this method, the probability of selecting any cluster varies with the size of the cluster, giving larger clusters a greater probability of selection and smaller clusters a lower probability. ^ LP Galway; Nathaniel Bell; Al S SAE; Amy Hagopian; Gilbert Burnham; Abraham Flaxman; Wiliam M Weiss; Julie Rajaratnam; Tim K Takaro (27 April 2012). fewer travel expenses, administration costs. 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