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Objective four Is there a difference in satisfaction watching of reality TV between male and female respondents? Hypothesis Hypothesis 0 : There is no average distinction in satisfaction of watching reality TV between male and female respondent's. Hypothesis 1 : Female respondents enjoy reality TV more than Male respondents. Figure?: Distribution normality check Skewness -.495 .141 Non-Parametric two independent samples: Mann Whitney U Test (figure ?) Male mean score: 2.5281 Female mean score: 3.8768 α: 0.05 p: 0.00 Statistical conclusion:
In order to determine whether there was a statistically notable mean difference in satisfaction of watching reality TV between males and females a Mann Whitney U test was undertaken. The results reveal there is a statistically notable difference in satisfaction (0.00). Thus, the null hypothesis is rejected . The data implies that females (3.8768) favour reality TV more than males (2.5281). Hypothesis 1 is supported. Managerial conclusion: