The important info in the text are: he must gain the support of both
urban and rural populations of the country.
way to ensure support from the rural population is to invest a significant proportion of Ronalia’s budget in developing the agricultural segment of the economy, but this will cause discontent among urban citizens.
So there in no way to get both supports at the same time.
Which of the following conclusions is best supported by the passage above?
(A)Investing a significant proportion of Ronalia’s budget in agriculture will ensure development of the agricultural segment of the Ronalian economy.
The passage states only that investments will affect development of other industries, doesn't say anything about the developement of the agricultural economy.
(B)As long as the current president is supported by the rural citizens of Ronalia, he is likely to be reelected for the next term.
We don't know how the population is composed. The text says however that he needs also the support of urban citizens.
(C)The president is more concerned with developing the agricultural sector of Ronalia than with being reelected.
Out of scope. We don't know anything about the president's deeds.
(D)The current president of Ronalia is not likely to be reelected for a second term.
(E)Rural citizens constitute the majority of Ronalia’s population.
If he must gain the support of BOTH to be elected, then rural citizens equal the urban citizens (or there is no significant difference) .
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