Statement of a problem № m40188


A number of initiatives on the topic of legalized gambling have appeared on state ballots. A political candidate has decided to support legalization of casino gambling if he is convinced that more than two-thirds of American adults approve of casino gambling. Suppose that 1,035 of the people in a random sample of 1,523 American adults said they approved of casino gambling. Is there convincing evidence that more than two-thirds approve?

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