self-selecting UK US adjective MARKETING
involving people or organizations that choose to take part in an activity, rather than being chosen by someone else: »

The survey is self-selecting and does not include all trade associations - only those trade associations that have agreed to participate.


They are not a statistical sample, but a self-selecting section of the educated middle classes.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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