Stress is a serious medical problem that costs businesses and government billions of dollars annually. As a result, it is important to determine the causes and possible cures. It would be helpful to know whether the causes are universal or do they vary from country to country. In a survey, American and Canadian adults were asked to report their primary source of stress in their lives. The responses are:
1 = Job, 2 = Finances, 3 = Health
4 = Family, 5 = Other
The data were recorded using these codes plus 1 = American and 2 = Canadian. Do these data provide sufficient evidence to conclude that Americans and Canadians differ in their sources of stress?

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