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If a hurricane was headed your way, would you evacuate? The headline of a press release issued January 21, 2009 by the survey research company International Communications Research (icrsurvey.com) states, “Thirtyone Percent of People on High-Risk Coast Will Refuse Evacuation Order, Survey of Hurricane Preparedness Finds.” This headline was based on a survey of 5046 adults who live within 20 miles of the coast in high hurricane risk counties of eight southern states. In selecting the sample, care was taken to ensure that the sample would be representative of the population of coastal residents in these states. Use this information to estimate the proportion of coastal residents who would evacuate using a 98% confidence interval. Write a few sentences interpreting the interval and the confidence level associated with the interval.


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