troubleshooting Question

Select count() from <2 tables>

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Microsoft SQL ServerMicrosoft SQL Server 2005SQL
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I need to run the following statements and get 1 set of results:

select user2ent, count(*) as hits from sop10100
group by user2ent
order by user2ent asc

select user2ent, count(*) as hits from sop30200
group by user2ent
order by user2ent asc

I want to basically have a statement that says:


select user2ent, count(*) as hits from sop10100 AND SOP30200
group by user2ent
order by user2ent asc

Any ideas?
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