Question: In a Marist poll respondents chose the most annoying phrases

In a Marist poll, respondents chose the most annoying phrases used in conversation. Nineteen chose “at the end of the day,” 441 chose “whatever,” 235 chose “you know,” 103 chose “it is what it is,” 66 chose “anyway,” and 75 were unsure. Based on these results, what is the probability of selecting someone who considers “at the end of the day” to be the most annoying phrase? At the end of the day, is it unlikely to select someone with that choice?

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