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# Typically, polls for elections report point estimates, and report the margin of error separately.

Typically, polls for elections report point estimates, and report the margin of error separately. For example, they will say candidate A leads 46% to 44% with a margin of error of 5%, which means that actually candidate B may be leading 49-41%. Find another example where the point estimate is used in a way where the actual result can be misinterpreted. How can this method of reporting statistics be misused (and even perhaps why are statistics misused in this way), and how may the information be presented more clearly?