The table above shows a survey of 50 registered voters in a city. Each voter was asked whether they planned to vote “yes” or “no” on two different issues. If a voter who plans to vote “yes” on issue P is randomly selected, what is the probability that voter also plans to vote “yes” on issue Q?
There are 8 voters who plan to vote “yes” on both issues. There are 20 voters who plan to vote “yes” on issue P. This is represented by 8 ÷ 20 = 0.4.