Given that Sample 1 has 17 "yes" responses out of 97 responses in the sample, and Sample 2 has 46 "yes" responses out of 131 responses in the sample.

We need to calculate the point estimane for the difference between the population proportions of "yes" responses.

Point estimate: We define p is the point estimate for population proportions.

p=x/need where x is the number of successes and n is the population size.

Now, for the Sample 1 the point estimate for the population proportion is

PSKp1=x/n =17/97 =0.17525ZSK

and for the Sample 2 the point estimate for the population proportion is

PSKp2=x/n =46/131 =0.35114ZSK

Therefore, the point estimate for the difference between the population proportion of "yes" responses is

PSKp=p1-p2 =0.17525-0.35114 =-0.17589ZSK

We need to calculate the point estimane for the difference between the population proportions of "yes" responses.

Point estimate: We define p is the point estimate for population proportions.

p=x/need where x is the number of successes and n is the population size.

Now, for the Sample 1 the point estimate for the population proportion is

PSKp1=x/n =17/97 =0.17525ZSK

and for the Sample 2 the point estimate for the population proportion is

PSKp2=x/n =46/131 =0.35114ZSK

Therefore, the point estimate for the difference between the population proportion of "yes" responses is

PSKp=p1-p2 =0.17525-0.35114 =-0.17589ZSK