The Harvard University Institute of Politics surveys undergraduates across the United States annually. Responses to the question “When it comes to voting, do you consider yourself to be affiliated with the Democratic Party, the Republican Party, or are you Independent or unaffiliated with a major party?” for the survey conducted in 2003, 2004, and 2005 are summarized in the given table. The samples for each year were independently selected and are considered to be representative of the population of undergraduate students in the year the survey was conducted. Is there evidence that the distribution of political affiliation is not the same for all three years for which data are given?

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