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Making Inferences from Statistical Data
Date
1969
Main contributor
IU Social Studies Development Center
Summary
[motion picture] Shows how statistical data can be used to infer political party preferences. Looks at social characteristics such as education, age, occupation, and race and the effect each has on making a choice between political parties. Shows how generalizations concerning the voting patterns of various population subgroups can be inferred.
Collection
IUL Moving Image Archive
Unit
IUL Moving Image Archive