# helppp ill mark as brainlist When evaluating a survey, Jody saw that 54% of the respondents think that the minimum age of those awarded a driver's license should be raised, while 46% think it should remain the same. The margin of error was ±5%. Which statement is true? The population proportion of those who think the driving age should be raised is definitely greater than the proportion who think it should remain the same. The population proportion of those who think the driving age should be raised is definitely less than the proportion who think it should remain the same. The population proportion of those who think the driving age should be raised may or may not be greater than the proportion who think it should remain the same. The population proportion of those who think the driving age should be raised is definitely equal to the proportion who think it should remain the same.

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