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Use the following to answer the questions below:

A political science professor at a small university wants to know if political party affiliation is significantly associated with trust in the media. He randomly selects 66 Democrats, 63 Republicans, and 41 Independents. Computer output of his chi-square analysis is provided.

Rows: PartyColumns: Trust Media?

NoYesAll
Democrat28
39.99
3.594
38
26.01
5.525
66
66.00
*
Independent28
24.84
0.402
13
?????
0.618
41
 41.00
*
Republican47
38.17
2.042
16
24.83
3.140
63
63.00
*
All103
103.00
*
67
67.00
*
170
170.00
*
Cell Contents:Count
Expected count
Contribution to Chi-square
Pearson Chi-Square = 15.320, DF = 2, P-Value = 0.000


Is it appropriate to use a chi-square test to test for an association between political party and trust in the media?

▸ Yes

▸ No
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