Views on immigration. 910 randomly sampled registered voters from Tampa, FL were asked if they thought workers who have illegally entered the US should be (i) allowed to keep their jobs and apply for US citizenship, (ii) allowed to keep their jobs as temporary guest workers but not allowed to apply for US citizenship, or (iii) lose their jobs and have to leave the country. The results of the survey by political ideology are shown below.22
Political ideology Conservative Moderate Liberal Total
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(i) Apply for citizenship 57 120 101 278 (ii) Guest worker 121 113 28 262
Response (iii) Leave the country 179 126 45 350 (iv) Not sure 15 4 1 20 Total 372 363 175 910
(a) What percent of these Tampa, FL voters identify themselves as conservatives?
(b) What percent of these Tampa, FL voters are in favor of the citizenship option?
(c) What percent of these Tampa, FL voters identify themselves as conservatives and are in favor of the citizenship option?
(d) What percent of these Tampa, FL voters who identify themselves as conservatives are also in favor of the citizenship option? What percent of moderates share this view? What percent of liberals share this view?
(e) Do political ideology and views on immigration appear to be independent? Explain your reasoning.