# A Gallup

A Gallup poll investigated whether adults in Mumbai preferred staying at home or going out as their favorite way of spending time in the evening. Out of the 500 adults, the majority of adults (70%) indicated that staying at home was their favorite evening activity.

(a) What is the population of this study?

(b) What is the variable being used?

(c) Is the variable being studied qualitative or quantitative?

(d) What was the size of the sample used?

(a) What is the population of this study?

(b) What is the variable being used?

(c) Is the variable being studied qualitative or quantitative?

(d) What was the size of the sample used?

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