When recent General Social Surveys have asked, “If your party nominated a woman for president, would you vote for her if she were qualified for the job?” about 94% of females and 94% of males answered yes, the rest answered no.
a. For males and for females, report the conditional distributions on this response variable in a 2 × 2 table, using outcome categories (yes, no).
b. If results for the entire population are similar to these, does it seem possible that gender and opinion about having a woman president are independent? Explain.

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