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In the prior presidential election, the average voter turnout in Miami was 57%. You think this will change in the next presidential election. Which is the null hypothesis?

H0: turnout = 57%

H0: turnout ≠ 57%

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Given a hypothesis test to check if the average voter turnout change in next presidential election, if the  average voter turnout in Miami is 57% last time.

Null hypothesis : It is used in hypothesis test, which proposes that there is no significant difference among variables. If there is a single variable then it is not different than its mean or proportion.

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