Background-In a community-based prevalence study, sampling was done from different geographical regions using probability proportional to sample size method and random sampling of individuals within that frame. After the collection of data, I find that the characteristics of the sample differ between the different regions-in all demographic and socio-economic characteristics.

What impact would this have on the results-the primary objective being point prevalence of a disease? I need help with this, please.

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