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# Overlapping Sets

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08 Feb 2018, 03:00
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A polling company surveyed a certain country and it found that 35% of that country's registered voters had an unfavourable impression of both of that state's major political parties and that 20% had a favorable impression only of Party A. If one registered voter has a favorable impression of both parties for every two registered voters who have a favorable impression of only Party B, then what percentage of the country's registered voters have a favorable impression of both parties (assuming that respondents to the poll were given a choice between favorable and unfavorable impressions only)?

A. 15
B. 20
C. 30
D. 35
E. 45

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08 Feb 2018, 03:03
sxsd wrote:
A polling company surveyed a certain country and it found that 35% of that country's registered voters had an unfavourable impression of both of that state's major political parties and that 20% had a favorable impression only of Party A. If one registered voter has a favorable impression of both parties for every two registered voters who have a favorable impression of only Party B, then what percentage of the country's registered voters have a favorable impression of both parties (assuming that respondents to the poll were given a choice between favorable and unfavorable impressions only)?

A. 15
B. 20
C. 30
D. 35
E. 45

Discussed here: a-polling-company-surveyed-a-certain-country-and-it-found-that-35-of-210976.html Hope it helps.

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