# Sample Size for Proportion

**Question description**

A political pollster wishes to estimate the percentage of female voters who believe in a " Women's Right to Choose". He wants to be 98% confident that his estimate is within 3% of the true population percentage of female voters who believe in a " Womens Right to Choose". What is the minimum number of female voters that this political pollster need to sample randomly in order to accomplish this task? Round your answer "up" to the nearest counting number.

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