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February 12, 2009 marked the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth. To celebrate, Gallup, a national polling organization, surveyed 1,018 Americans about their education level and their beliefs about the theory of evolution. The survey results are displayed in the provided two-way table.

High School or LessSome CollegeCollege GraduatePostgraduateTotal
Believe8013312163397
Do Not Believe10394489254
No Opinion197985913367
Total380325228851,018

The survey results are displayed in the segmented bar chart. Does there appear to be an association between education level and belief in the theory of evolution? If so, what does it mean about these two variables?

A segmented bar-graph compares the education level with the level of believe in the theory of evolution. The horizontal axis is labeled, Education level and has four markings, High school or less; Some college; College graduate; and Postgraduate, in the order from left to right. The vertical axis is labeled, Count and ranges from 0 to 400 in increments of 100. There is a segmented bar above each marking on the horizontal axis, where the bottom portion represents, Believe; the middle portion represents, Do not Believe; and the top portion represents, No opinion. The data from the graph are as follows: Education level: High school or less, the height of the bar is up to 380 which represents the segments as follows: believe, 0 to 80; do not believe, 80 to 190; and no opinion, 190 to 380. Education level: Some college, the height of the bar is up to 320 which represents the segments as follows: believe, 0 to 140; do not believe, 140 to 230; and no opinion, 230 to 320.Education level: College Graduate, the height of the bar is up to 220 which represents the segments as follows: believe, 0 to 130; do not believe, 130 to 180; and no opinion, 180 to 220. Education level: Post graduate, the height of the bar is up to 90 which represents the segments as follows: believe, 0 to 60; do not believe, 60 to 70; and no opinion, 70 to 90. All values are approximate.
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