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#### tizpan

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- Jul 19, 2012

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For example, if an election is split into percentages of votes per party and you know the party allegiance percentages of the town, how can you devise the probability that a random townsperson voted a certain way?

There are two different wholes at play: the voting population and the amount of voting percentages within the party. I can't figure out where to start