Question: The variable POSTLIFE in the 2008 General Social Survey asked

The variable POSTLIFE in the 2008 General Social Survey asked, “Do you believe in life after death?” Of 1787 respondents, 1455 answered yes. A report based on these data stated that “81.4% of Americans believe in life after death. The margin of error for this result is plus or minus 1.85%.” Explain how you could form a 95% confidence interval using this information, and interpret that confidence interval in context.

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