**Answer:**

The proposed way of sampling is a **biased **way to perform the survey.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Convenience sampling is a kind of non-probability sampling method that comprises of the sample being taken from that portion of the population that is near to hand. In this type of sampling method, all items doesn’t have an equivalent chance of being selected, which doesn’t comprises of random collection of items.

Convenience sampling is where we take in items which are easy to reach.

Convenience sampling consists of selection bias, i.e.e the bias involved in the sample due to inappropriate selection procedures.

For example, randomly selecting 4 people sitting near him to guesstimate the mean age of the class is a convenience sampling example. or gathering information on customer satisfaction by interviewing 6 randomly selected customers from a local store is an illustration of convenience sampling.

In this case, the sample suggested by the students consists of surveying the first 100 people who enter the school, about the public opinion on a school building project.

This is an example of convenience sample.

So, there is a selection bias present in the sample.

Thus, the proposed way of sampling is a **biased **way to perform the survey.