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On Thursday, June 13, 1996, then Arizona Governor Fife Symington was indicted on 23 counts of fraud and extortion. Just hours after the federal prosecutors announced the indictment, several polls were conducted of Arizonans asking whether they thought Symington should resign. A poll conducted by Research Resources, Inc., that appeared in the Phoenix Gazette, revealed that 58% of Arizonans felt that Symington should resign; it had a margin of error of plus or minus 4.9 percentage points. Another poll, conducted by Phoenix-based Behavior Research Center and appearing in the Tempe Daily News, reported that 54% of Arizonans felt that Symington should resign; it had a margin of error of plus or minus 4.4 percentage points. Can the conclusions of both polls be correct? Explain your answer.


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