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affiliation for each of the three questions in the survey? 2. With regard to question A, test for the independence of the response (yes or no) and party affiliation. Use alpha = .05. 3. With regard to question B test for the independence of the response (yes or no) and party affiliation. Use alpha = .05. 4. With regard to question C, test for the independence of the response (yes or no) and party affiliation. Use alpha = .05. 5. Does it appear that there is broad support for change across all political lines? Explain in detail. Solution:
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1. Descriptive statistics The below table shows the consolidated data of whether legislative pay be cut for every day the state budget is late: New York state government Yes No Totals Percentage Yes Percentage No Democrat 22 14 36 61.1 38.9 Independent 10 9 19 52.6 47.4 Republican 39 6 45 86.7 13.3 Totals 71 29 100 Conclusion: We can see that percentage of republicans is much higher that the democrats we can say that classification are not independent. The below table shows the consolidated data of whether there should be restrictions on lobbyists: York state government Yes No Totals Percentage Yes Percentage No Democrat 21 15 36 58.3 41.7 Independent 15 4 19 78.9 21.1 Republican 34 11 45 75.6 24.4 Totals 70 30 100 Conclusion: Looking at the above table we can conclude that because the percentage of Democrats who answered is less than the percentage of Independents or Republicans who answered yes, the classifications does not appear to be independent. The below table shows whether there should be term limits requiring legislators serve a fixed number of years?

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