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#1 2014-04-01 17:35:24

iLloyd054
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Registered: 2014-04-01
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Probability problem

Many experts predicted that BN would gain control of the executive branch of the federal government in the year 2013 election. At one time, the general consensus among political scientists was that if BN fielded their best presidential candidate, they would have a 65% chance of winning the 2013 election. In addition, a poll of several thousand voters from across the nation indicated that 54% intended to vote BN.

Revise the experts’ opinion in light of the information from the poll using a Bayesian tabular analysis.

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