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Kate Kennedy Research Question: What factors impact a person’s likelihood to vote for a specific candidate in an election? Hypothesis Set A: H 1 : Those who are affiliated with a political party are more likely to choose and vote for a specific candidate than are those who are not affiliated. H 0 : There is no relationship between party affiliation and likelihood to choose and vote for a specific candidate. Hypothesis Set B: H 1 : Those who have received a college degree are much more likely to choose and vote for a candidate than those who have not. H 0 : There is no relationship between education level and the likelihood to choose and vote for a specific character. Hypothesis Set C: H 1 : Those who are well informed about politics are much more likely to choose and vote for a specific candidate than those who are not. H 0 : There is no relationship between political knowledge and likelihood to choose and vote for a specific candidate. Hypothesis Set D:
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