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Q4. You conduct a poll comparing two candidates. In a poll of 400 people, 190 prefer candidate A, and 210 prefer B.

Q4a. What is the point estimate for the probability that a voter will choose candidate A?

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According to the question, in a poll of 400 people, 190 prefer candidate A and 210 prefer candidate B.

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