Question

In the 1960 presidential election, 34,226,731 people voted for Kennedy; 34,108,157 for Nixon; and 197,029 for third-party candidates (www.uselectionatlas.org).
a. What percentage of voters chose Kennedy?
b. Would it be appropriate to find a confidence interval for the proportion of voters choosing Kennedy? Why or why not?*


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