Question Solved1 Answer Use the SPSS Frequencies command to produce a frequency table for the variable CONFED (confidence in the executive branch of federal government). a. What is the number of valid respondents? b. Based on the valid number of respondents, what percentage of the sample reported a great deal of confidence in the executive branch of federal government? What proportion of the sample reported hardly any confidence?

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Transcribed Image Text: Use the SPSS Frequencies command to produce a frequency table for the variable CONFED (confidence in the executive branch of federal government). a. What is the number of valid respondents? b. Based on the valid number of respondents, what percentage of the sample reported a great deal of confidence in the executive branch of federal government? What proportion of the sample reported hardly any confidence?
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Transcribed Image Text: Use the SPSS Frequencies command to produce a frequency table for the variable CONFED (confidence in the executive branch of federal government). a. What is the number of valid respondents? b. Based on the valid number of respondents, what percentage of the sample reported a great deal of confidence in the executive branch of federal government? What proportion of the sample reported hardly any confidence?
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Ans: There is insufficient information to answer a) and b) Hence we will go to next t tt tttIncome level tttf tttp ttt%=p*100 tt tt ttt<34999 ttt49 ttt7*0.1=0.7 ttt0.7*100=70 tt tt ttt3500000-99999 ttt7*2=14 ttt0.2 ttt20 tt tt ttt>100000 ttt7 ttt0.1 ttt10 tt t t tt tttSocial Capital tttf tttcf tttp = f/298 ttt% = p*100 tt tt tttLow ttt188 ttt188 ttt188/298=0.63 ttt0.63*100=63 tt tt tttMedium ttt234-188=46 ttt234 ttt0.15 tt ... See the full answer