Who exactly voted for four classes?

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Joe Henrickson of the City/Suburban Hoops Report sets the record straight…

From Henrickson’s blog:

If I hear one more time, just one more quote coming out of the IHSA saying “this is what the membership wanted,” I am going to lose it. What in the world are they basing this on? Is it the ridiculous survey the IHSA sent out to schools around the state with many other topics and questions packed into the very same survey? Is it that same survey that only 38 percent of the roughly 800 IHSA member schools responded to?

This has been pointed out time and time again by the Hoops Report. And it will continue to be pointed out as long as statements like “this is what the membership wanted” are spewed out of the mouths of the people that, deep down, want four classes. Think about it. If we’re talking 38 percent of 800 that is right around 300 schools that responded.

Of the 38 percent that did respond, 64 percent of those schools (64 percent of 300 schools) voted in favor of expanding to four classes. That means that of the roughly 800 member schools in this state, right around 192 of them were definitively in favor of expanding from two to four classes. That is less than 25 percent of the schools! So how can we be so positively sure that “this is what the membership wanted?”

Check out Henrickson’s entire post here: http://citysuburbanhoopsreport.blogspot.com/2007/03/four-class-hard-feelings-wont-go-away.html

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