Jim decides that he needs more information on how employees feel about diversity. Jim creates a paper and pencil survey on employee attitudes toward diversity and asks managers to distribute it to current employees. To keep track of all of the surveys and ensure that everyone responds, employees are asked to put their worker ID on the survey.
Two weeks later almost everyone has responded. The findings from the survey show that men are very strongly supportive of gender equality. The women report no significant problems with the current situation. Jim is skeptical of these findings. What could explain these results? Choose the two most likely explanations.