﻿ If 2 political opinion surveys of about 3000 people each give results as 45% will vote no the other 50% will vote no，and there stated
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# If 2 political opinion surveys of about 3000 people each give results as 45% will vote no the other 50% will vote no，and there stated estimated errors are each ＋/－3%， can they be said to agree with each other? support your answer.​

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