Discussions List View Topic Settings Help Discussion: Chi Square Locked before Monday, July 13, 2020 12:00 AM PDT. Subscribe On examining the 2008 internal party election results in the great state of ABC, a Chi Square test for independence was conducted. The two variables of choice were: Candidate A (male) and Candidate B (male) , and Voters’ Gender: Females (n=2.6 million) / Males (n=2.5 million) The Chi Square was very high and statistically significant, which means that for some reason there was a strong gender preference for one of the candidates. This is the important part: If you were to be a hopeful 2012 candidate for your party, what could you LEARN and SAY about the 2008 voting results in State ABC? What could you not learn from it?
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