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The Gallup organization conducted a poll of 2014 likely voters just prior to the 2004 presidential election. The results of the survey indicated that George W. Bush would receive 49% of the popular vote and John Kerry would receive 47% of the popular vote. The margin of error was reported to be 3%. The Gallup organization reported that the race was too close to call. Use the concept of a confidence interval to explain what this means.


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