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    A pre-election survey in a town of 2000 people is taken by 800 people. The number of people who vote in the election is 1100. Assume that every person who took the pre-election survey also voted in the election. What fraction of people, among those that did not take the survey, actually voted in the election?

    a. 0.6
    b. 0.4
    c. 0.25
    d. 0.15

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