Recall from the chapter that any simple question presents a subject (i.e., the range of alternatives presented) and a request (i.e., the range of alternatives presented) and a request (i.e., the specification of how many true alternatives are desired and how complete the list is).

Whether-questions present their range of alternatives explicitly, and ask the respondent to choose one.

Which-questions present their alternatives by some descriptor (i.e., a description matrix), and request the respondent to give the true alternatives.

For each of the following passages, identify the subject, request and type of each.