Question

What type of data should be collected to compare the likelihoods of two candidates winning their elections when the candidates are running in different elections?

a. Independent sampling with quantitative data.

b. Independent sampling with qualitative data.

c. Matched-pairs sampling with qualitative data.

d. Matched-pairs sampling with quantitative data.

Answer #1

Correct option:

**b. Independent sampling with qualitative
data.**

Since the candidates are running in different elections, it is Independent sampling. The data that should be collected to compare the likelihoods of two candidates winning their elections is as follows:

For Candiate 1:

n1 = Total number of voters selected

x1 = Number of f voters favoring Candate 1

For Candiate 2:

n2 = Total number of voters selected

x2 = Number of f voters favoring Candate 2

This is qualitative data because each data points has result in just 2 possible outcomes: in favor of Candidate Or not favoringCandidate.

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