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Example for First Optional Hourly Examination Table A on page 2 presents the relationship between congressional voting and gender among whites surveyed in the 2000 congressional elections. The survey shows that white women were more likely to vote Democratic than white men were. (a) According to Table A, 51 percent of white women voted Democratic. Using the table on page 2 of the coursepack, what is the allowance for sampling error (at the .95 percent confidence level) for the 51 percent result reported in Table A? What is the range of confidence for the 51 percent result reported in Table A? Explain how you used the table on page 2 of the coursepack to determine the allowance for sampling error and the range of confidence for the reported result. (b) According to Table A, 41 percent of white men voted Democratic. Using the Table on page 2 of the coursepack, what is the allowance for sampling error (at the .95 percent confidence level) for the 41 percent result reported in Table A? What is the range of confidence for the 41 percent result reported in Table A?
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This note was uploaded on 05/18/2008 for the course PLS 334 taught by Professor Abramson during the Fall '06 term at Michigan State University.

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