Because people may continue to vote in the poll and thus change our playing field, restrict your analysis to the following snapshot of the poll's results:
Let us assume the following:
- We are willing to accept no more than a five-percent chance of making the you-are-cynical-bastards conclusion falsely.
- The poll is fair in that a vote for the last option indicates cynical bastardism and votes for other options do not.
- The poll is fair in that all of its options are equally attractive if we ignore each voter's tendencies toward cynical bastardism.
Given the above, does the poll's outcome provide significant evidence to support the conclusion that HuSi's population has a significant component that leans towards cynical bastardism? Support your answer with sound reasoning (or brilliant distractions).
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