In an election held last year that was contested by
In an election held last year that was contested by three parties. Party A captured 31% of the vote, party B garnered 51%, and party C received the remaining votes. A survey of 1,200 voters asked each to identify the party that they would vote for in the next election. These results were recorded where 1 = party A, 2 = party B, and 3 = party C. Can we infer at the 10% significance level that voter support has changed since the election?

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