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# The table shows the results of a survey of 1000 households conducted

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AshishAlavekar wrote:

Understanding the statement is crucial to answer it.

The statement says that there is only one category of "necessity" in which fewer people voted in 1996 than in 2006. In "necessity" columns, the number of votes are greater in all categories in 2006 than in 1996, with the exception of one category, "Automaobile," as in 1996, 930 people voted for it as a necessity, while in 2006, 910 people voted for it as a necessity. Hence, the answer is yes.
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Took me 3:58 mins to solve the question but I got the correct answer. Not sure how to deal with the time vs accuracy trade-off in the actual exam.­
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