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Forty-eight percent of all Californians registered voters prefer life in prison without parole over the death penalty for a person convicted of first degree murder. Among Latino California registered voters, 55% prefer life in prison without parole over the death penalty for a person convicted of first degree murder. 37.6% of all Californians are Latino.

In this problem, let:

C = Californians (registered voters) preferring life in prison without parole over the death penalty for a person convicted of first degree murder.

L = Latino Californians

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