Question: The degree to which democratic and nondemocratic countries attempt to

The degree to which democratic and nondemocratic countries attempt to control the news media was examined in the Journal of Peace Research (Nov. 1997). The article reported that 80% of all democratic regimes allow a free press. In contrast, 10% of all nondemocratic regimes allow a free press.
a. In a random sample of 50 democratic regimes, how many would you expect to allow a free press? Give a range that is highly likely to include the number of democratic regimes with a free press.
b. In a random sample of 50 nondemocratic regimes, how many would you expect to allow a free press? Give a range that is highly likely to include the number of nondemocratic regimes with a free press.


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