In a survey of 1002 people, 701 (which is 70%) said that they voted in the most recent presidentia l election (based on data from ICR Research Group). The margin of error for the survey was 3 percentage points. However, actual voting records show that only 61% of all eligible voters actually did vote. Does this necessarily imply

percentageof people who actuallyvotedand themargin of error,the data implies thatpeople liedwhenrespondingto thesurvey.## What is the evidence that people lied?

evidencethat people lied about voting would bet be shown by theconfidence interval.If the confidence interval of the survey does not have theactual percentageof people who voted in it, then people lied.confidence intervalis:actual percentageof61%who voted is not in this interval which means that somepeopleliedaboutvotingin the survey.margin of errorat https://brainly.com/question/10218601