Sorry if this is a basic question, but I'm not sure how to approach.
I am working on a survey that has a maximum sample size of 600 and two broad quota categories (A and B), each with a limit of 300 each. That part is straightforward enough. However, within the two quota categories, A and B, are 3 additional quotas that were quoted to me as ranges (min and max) instead of absolute limits.
Say, for the sake of example, that the 3 subgroups can have between 90-110 respondents. The intent is to allow some groups to have more than others, as long as the total sample and the Group A and Group B totals are as defined. However, if these subgroups all hit the maximum, the total sample (and category A and B quotas) will be exceeded.
Is it possible to impose a fixed total respondent and broad category quotas, while allowing some flexibility in the finer subgroups? If so, how would I set this up in quota control?