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14 April, 11:41

A politician delivers a speech outlining a plan to fix the economy. Two days

later, polls show that fewer voters than ever plan to vote for him in the next

election. He concludes that his speech on the economy caused this drop in

popularity. Which of the following, if true, would suggest that the speech was

correlated, but not a cause, of his changing poll numbers?

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A. The most important issue for voters in the upcoming election is

improving the economy.

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B. The economic ideas expressed in the speech were thought to be

highly popular among likely voters.

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C. The politician's opponent delivered a speech criticizing the

politician's economic plans and became more popular.

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D. The poll shows that the politician became more popular among

people who were actually aware of the speech.

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  1. 14 April, 13:02
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    B. The economic ideas expressed in the speech were thought to be

    highly popular among likely voters.
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