Question #1. A: Research: Are females more likely to vote Democratic or Republican?
B: Directional Hypothesis: Females are more likely to vote Democratic.
C: Unit of Analysis: Individual level
D: Dependent Variable: Party vote
E: Independent variable: Gender
Question #2. 1.Interval
Question # 3. Hypothesis 1:
ÃÂ· Unit of Analysis: State-level
ÃÂ· The Dependent Variable: Voter turn out rate
ÃÂ· Independent Variable: The percentage of high school graduates
ÃÂ· Unit of analysis: Individual level
ÃÂ· The Independent Variable: Married Voters
ÃÂ· The Dependent Variable: More likely to vote Republican.
Question # 4. The research design that would be used is a cross-sectional design,
Single point in time, survey research is a common example, and lack of pretest. Also non-experimental designs can be used to determine the population of females in different regions of the country.
Hypothesis: To categorize the number of female voter turnouts from each region.
ÃÂ· Unit of analysis: Individual and or regional level
ÃÂ· The independent variable: female voters
ÃÂ· The dependent variable: party voters
ÃÂ· The control variable: To determine the region of the country in which to study the population of females.
B. Time Series
C. Case Study
D. Panel Study Design
For the mean, median, and mode see attached pages.
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