The raw data behind the story "Elitist, Superfluous, Or Popular? We Polled Americans on the Oxford Comma" https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/elitist-superfluous-or-popular-we-polled-americans-on-the-oxford-comma/.
A data frame with 1129 rows representing respondents and 13 variables:
Household income bracket
Location (census region)
In your opinion, which sentence is more grammatically correct?
Prior to reading about it above, had you heard of the serial (or Oxford) comma?
How much, if at all, do you care about the use (or lack thereof) of the serial (or Oxford) comma in grammar?
How would you write the following sentence?
When faced with using the word "data", have you ever spent time considering if the word was a singular or plural noun?
How much, if at all, do you care about the debate over the use of the word "data" as a singular or plural noun?
In your opinion, how important or unimportant is proper use of grammar?