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"It is a well-established fact of American political life that young voters are not dependable voters. In a close election, however, the support of even low-turnout groups can be decisive. Thus, Obama's campaign team apparently decided that his visits to college campuses this week could pay off if he is able to motivate and inspire young voters who already support him to get out and vote in November. Romney's agreement on the issue of freezing student-loan interest rates was no doubt an attempt to avoid leaving the youth vote totally to Obama. It is clear at this point, however, that Romney has greater potential payoff with more politically active older voters, among whom his support is much stronger."

a. Present a cross tabulation containing absolute and relative frequencies of the poll - candidate preference by age group.

b. Determine statistical significance and strength of association for the relationship.

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