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Nownes (2000) surveyed representatives of interest groups who were registered

as lobbyists of three U.S. state legislatures. One of the issues he studied was

whether interest groups are in competition with each other. Table 1?10 shows

the results for one such question. (a) Using this table as an example, explain the

idea of a frequency table to a person who has never had a course in statistics.

(b) Explain the general meaning of the pattern of results.

for Members and Other Resources

Question: How much competition does this group

face from other groups with similar goals

for members and other resources?

Answer Percentage Number

No competition 20 118

Some competition 58 342

A lot of competition 22 131

Total 100 591

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