The polling sample for the Democratic and the Republican primary consisted of 298 and 352 likely Florida voters, respectively, with a margin of error
The guidance systems of (the missiles delivered to the IRGC) today enjoy the capability of striking the targets with full precision and they have a margin of error
below 5 meters," Dehqan said on the sidelines of a ceremony held to mark the mass-delivery of different ballistic missiles, including Qadr H, Qiam, Fateh 110 and Khalij-e Fars (Persian Gulf) missiles, as well as the Mersad air defense system to the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) and Khatam ol-Anbia Air Defense Base.
If the payoff in reducing our overall margin of error
isn't large, why do this?
As far as approval of the president's handling of the economy, however, Obama's lead evaporates into a virtual tie, considering the margin of error
However, Norton's legal team had his latest sample sent to a forensic laboratory which concluded that the reading should have been lower and that a margin of error
of around ten per cent existed in the equipment used to test the riders, the Lion Alcolmeter SD-40, of which the BHA had previously been unaware.
While the American Community Survey is a great source of detailed information about Montana's population, users must be aware that any estimates have a margin of error
, some quite large.
The new Ibope poll surveyed 3,010 people on Friday and Saturday and had a 2-point margin of error
When comparing across samples, the margin of error
for the difference is plus or minus 4 percentage points.
Managers and executives in the basic materials segments may afford some margin of error
when markets are this good, but the margin is still slim.
Young explains that in many cases where districts are making AYP it metals more students are encouraged to take the yearly tests to determine AYP and/or more states are using confidence intervals, or a margin of error
, so that students near the proficiency cusp are considered proficient.
Most of us are familiar with the formula for the mean's interval during an election season, when the media talk of polls and their respective predictive ability within a plus or minus margin of error
Often accompanying the discussion of the poll results is a statement describing the accuracy of the poll's estimates, which ordinarily reads something like, "The margin of error
is 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence.