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Calculate Statistical Significant Difference in General Election Voting

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a) In 2008 was there any statistically significant difference as to the Age, Income, Self-Placement on the Left-Right scale, Interest in the Federal Election (based on question asked during the Campaign Period), or feelings towards Quebec, between those ONTARIANS who voted for the Conservative Party and those who voted for the Liberal Party?

Note: Please use 2008 Canadian National Election Study to answer the question.

Summary

The question belongs to Statistics and it is about the 2008 elections where significant difference of age, income, self-placement on left-right scale or feelings for Quebec for Ontarians who voted for conservative party and the liberal party. This question has been answered clearly in the solution in detail.

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