Survey researchers often use random sampling to measure public opinion because it's much cheaper to survey a representative sample of the public than to survey everyone. With the form below, it's easy to generate a random sample.
Let's say you're interested in studying student attitudes toward climate change. If you wanted to randomly sample 50 students out of 643 at a local school, you would need to number all 643 students (Student 001, 002, 003, etc.) and then use the Randomizer form to generate 1 set of 50 unique numbers with a range from 1 to 643.
These settings have been chosen in the Randomizer form below. Click the "Randomize Now!" button to get your results.