Descriptive Statistics, Applied Statistics

To determine the proportion of people in your town who are smokers, it has been
decided to poll people at one of the following local spots:
(a) the pool hall;
(b) the bowling alley;
(c) the shopping mall;
(d) the library.
Which of these potential polling places would most likely result in a reasonable
approximation to the desired proportion? Why?
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