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In an issue of Parade Magazine, the editors reported on a national survey on law and order. One question asked of the 2512 U.S. adults who took part was whether they believed that juries “almost always” convict the guilty and free the innocent. Only 578 said that they did. At the 5% significance level, do the data provide sufficient evidence to conclude that less than one in four Americans believe that juries “almost always” convict the guilty and free the innocent?


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