Unbiased


A sample is said to be unbiased when every individual has an equal chance of being chosen from the population.

An estimator is unbiased if it does not systematically overestimate or underestimate the parameter it is estimating. In other words, it is unbiased if the mean of the sampling distribution of the statistic is the parameter it is estimating, The sample mean is an unbiased estimate of the population mean.
See: bias