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A number of initiatives on the topic of legalized gambling have appeared on state ballots. Suppose that a political candidate has decided to support legalization of casino gambling if he is convinced that more than two thirds of U.S. adults approve of casino gambling. Suppose that 1523 adults (selected at random from households with telephones) were asked whether they approved of casino gambling. The number in the sample who approved was 1035. Does the sample provide convincing evidence that more than two-thirds approve?


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