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The city of Raleigh has 9500 registered voters. There are two candidates for city council in an upcoming election: Brown and Feliz. The day before the election, a telephone poll of 350 randomly selected registered voters was conducted. 112 said they'd vote for Brown, 207 said they'd vote for Feliz, and 31 were undecided. a. What is the population of this survey? b. What is the size of the population? c. What is the size of the sample? d. Give the sample statistic for the proportion of voters surveyed who said they'd vote for Brown. e. Based on this sample, we might expect how many of the 9500 voters to vote for Brown?

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  1. The city of Raleigh has 9500 registered voters. There are two candidates for city council in an upcoming election: Brown and Feliz. The day before the election, a telephone poll of 350 randomly selected registered voters was conducted. 112 said they'd vote for Brown, 207 said they'd vote for Feliz, and 31 were undecided. a. What is the population of this survey? b. What is the size of the population? c. What is the size of the sample? d. Give the sample statistic for the proportion of voters surveyed who said they'd vote for Brown. e. Based on this sample, we might expect how many of the 9500 voters to vote for Brown?
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Step 1

Given:

In this question we have data about the registered voters of city of Raleigh,

Total no. of registered voters = 9500

No. of people involved in telephonic poll = 350

No. of people who voted in favor of Brown = 112

No. of people who voted in favor of Feliz = 207

No. of people who were undecided = 31

Step 2

Part a) What is the population of this survey?

The population in this survey is all the registered voter of city of Raleigh. Population is the entire group from which we extract the sample for research. Since in this question we have extracted the data from registered voters for the telephonic poll.

Step 3

Part b) Size of the population ?

In the above part we have explained what population is, now the size of pop...

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