A poll asks a SRS of 1,000 tee

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A poll asks a SRS of 1,000 teens whether they have a TV in their room.  64% of the sample said they have a TV in their room.  Unknown to the pollster, the actual percent of teens who have a TV in their room is 66%.If we continue to take samples of teens from the same population, we will get a different sample proportion each time, due to sampling variability.  What is the mean of that distribution of p-hats?

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