confidence intervals, confidence limits The spread of values around the mean for a sample survey variable which, using the conventional 95 per cent confidence level, equate to the mean plus or minus two standard deviations, or standard errors of the mean. See also CENTRAL TENDENCY (MEASURES OF); VARIATION (STATISTICAL).
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