Question

The 2012 General Social Survey (GSS) asked its respondents to report their political party affiliation. The graphs show the results for 1081 women.
a. Which political affiliation has the most women?
b. What political affiliation has the second largest number of women? Is this easier to determine with the bar chart or with the pie chart? Explain.
c. Some people believe that women tend to lean more than men toward liberal political positions (such as those advocated by the Democrats). Compare the graphs for Exercises 2.41 and 2.42. Do you see evidence of this? Explain.


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