Political party affiliation is believed to be a very strong indicator of how voters will vote in Presidential Elections. You are interested in determining if voter party loyalty has changed since 1992. During the 1992 election, the proportion of selfproclaimed Republicans who voted for George H. W. Bush was 0.893. During the 2012 election, in a survey of 264 Republican voters, 198 indicated that they had voted for Mitt Romney. The 99% confidence interval for this proportion is ( 0.6814 , 0.8186 ). What is the best conclusion you can make from this information that is listed below?
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The 99% confidence interval for this proportion is ( 0.6814 , 0.8186 ).
The proportion of selfproclaimed Republicans who voted for George H. W. Bush was 0.893.
The null and alternative hypothesis is
H0: P = 0.893
H1: P 0.893
The value 0.893 is not in the above confidence interval so we reject the null hypothesis.
Conclusion:

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