Imagine you are doing a telephone survey of Latino families in California regarding health care need

Imagine you are doing a telephone survey of Latino families in California regarding health care needs and coverage for a government commission. You are encountering a very high non-response rate. 1. Do you expect the non-response rate to bias the survey if some kind of compensating adjustment is not made? 2. What methods might you try to compensate for the non-response rate? 3. Do you think that the communication method is inherently biased for this community? (Consider the effect of the fear of government agencies among immigrant workers and their families.) 4. What other communication method might result in less bias?