In a field study involving a random sample 901 fulltime employees from a cross section of companies in the Southern California area, attitudes toward technology were measured. The study found that 9% of the employees in the sample could be classified as technology “resistors”— people who avoid technology because they don’t like it, don’t want it, or don’t find it enjoyable.
a. Build a 95% confidence interval estimate of the proportion of technology “resistors” in the population represented by the sample.
b. Interpret the interval.
c. Identify the standard error and the margin of error in your interval.