In a study entitled “Social Focus on Urban Rural Scotland, “results of a sample survey of Scottish adults in various regions of the country were reported. In one of the survey questions, respondents were asked to describe their general state of health. The table below shows the proportion of respondents who answered “good or fairly good. “Sample sizes are shown in the right hand column ( stats/).
Use the chi square test of proportion differences to test the hypothesis that the proportion of Scottish adults who would describe their general state of health as good or fairly good is the same for the populations in all six areas. Use a significance level of 5% for your test.

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