In Country X's last election, the Reform Party beat its main opponent, the Conservative Party, although pollsters, employing in-person interviews shortly before the vote, had projected a Conservative Party victory. Afterwards, the pollsters determined that, unlike Conservative Party supporters, Reform Party supporters were less likely to express their party preference during in-person interviews than they were during telephone interviews. Therefore, using only telephone interviews instead would likely result in more accurate projections for the next election.
Which of the following statements, if true, would most support the argument in the passage?
【选项】For each person interviewed in telephone polls before the next election, pollsters will be able to reasonably determine the likelihood of that person voting.