Refer to Exercise 6.83. Respondents in Greece, Hungary, and Poland were asked whether they
approved or disapproved of the way the EU was dealing with the refugee issue. The number of respondents and the percentage opting for disapprove are listed here.
What is the probability that if we select one respondent at random he or she disapproves of the way the EU is handling the refugee issue? Data from Exercise 6.83: In June 2016, Britons were heading to the polls to vote in a referendum to decide whether the United Kingdom would leave the European Union. Pew Research Center conducted surveys in European countries to determine opinions about the possible “Brexit.” Respondents were asked what the U.K.’s departure would mean for the EU. Responses were “Bad thing” or “Good thing.” The number of respondents in each of the countries and the proportions who said it would be a bad thing are listed in the following table.
What is the probability that if we select one respondent at random he or she would say the U.K. leaving the EU is a bad thing?