Ensure that you utilize the five-step model and show all your work when addressing the question. Does the rate of voter turnout vary significantly by the type of election? A random sample of voting precincts displays the following pattern of voter turnout by election type. Assess the results for significance. Local Only State National 33 35 42 78 56 40 32 35 52 28 40 66 10 45 78 12 42 62 61 65 57 28 62 75 29 25 72 45 47 51 44 52 69 41 55 59 Note: let “X” represents x-bar or x̅.                    let M represent μ

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Ensure that you utilize the five-step model and show all your work when addressing the question. Does the rate of voter turnout vary significantly by the type of election? A random sample of voting precincts displays the following pattern of voter turnout by election type. Assess the results for significance.

Local Only

State

National

33

35

42

78

56

40

32

35

52

28

40

66

10

45

78

12

42

62

61

65

57

28

62

75

29

25

72

45

47

51

44

52

69

41

55

59

Note: let “X” represents x-bar or .

                   let M represent μ

 

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