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Advertisement: Northwoods Maple Syrup, made the old-fashioned

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Advertisement: Northwoods Maple Syrup, made the old-fashioned way, is simply tops for taste. And here is the proof: in a recent market survey, 7 out of every 10 shoppers who expressed a preference said that Northwoods was the only maple syrup for them, no ifs, ands, or buts.

Of the following, which one is the strongest reason why the advertisement is potentially misleading?

(A) The proportion of shoppers expressing no preference might have been very small.
(B) Other brands of maple syrup might also be made the old-fashioned way.
(C) No market survey covers more than a sizable minority of the total population of consumers.
(D) The preference for the Northwoods brand might be based on such a factor as an exceptionally low price.
(E) Shoppers who buy syrup might buy only maple syrup.

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The preference for NorthWoods Male Syrup is based on taste according to the market survey.The preference is not based on the unusually low price.Low price could be an alternate reason for the preference of Northwoods Male Syrup .This is clearly expressed by Option D.This provides the strongest reason why the ad could be misleading or unconvincing.Please give me kudos. I need them badly to increase my score.

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