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# Interpretation of Subjetive Hypothesis without numeric data

Pollsters just report the results of hypothesis tests that show statistical significance but not those in which there was insufficient evidence. Therefore, I would like the pollster to provide both the good and bad results. This is because, as students of Statistics, we should remember that if there is insufficient evidence to reject a null hypothesis, it does not mean that the null hypothesis is true (Remember we only fail to reject the null, we never accept it). What the pollster's findings indicate is only that with the sample size used, there is not enough information to disprove the null hypothesis

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Pollsters just report the results of hypothesis tests that show statistical significance but not those in which there was insufficient evidence. Therefore, I would like the pollster to provide both the good and bad results. This is because, as students of Statistics, we should remember that if there is insufficient evidence to reject a null hypothesis, it does not mean that the null hypothesis is true (Remember we only fail to reject the null, we never accept it). What the pollster's findings indicate is only that with the sample size ...

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This solution is comprised of a detailed explanation of subjective hypothesis without any data. In this solution, all possible explanation of this complicated topic provides students with a clear perspective of testing of hypothesis without the proof of data analysis.

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