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Topic 1: Statistical Studies
Find two different news stories in a mainstream media source (CNN, FoxNews, Newsweek, etc.), that cite data from a recognized poling agency. Locate the original poll, summarize the poling procedure (background on how information was gathered), the sample surveyed, and explain the results in terms of a 95% confidence interval. Are the news claims supported by the data? Why or why not?
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