General Social Survey

The University of Chicago’s General Social Survey (GSS) is the nation’s most important social science sample…

The University of Chicago’s General Social Survey (GSS) is the nation’s most important social science sample survey. The GSS asked a random sample of adults their opinion about whether astrology is very scientific, sort of scientific, or not at all scientific. Here is a two-way table of counts for people in the sample who had three levels of higher education degrees:

Degree Held
Junior College Bachelor Graduate
Not at all scientific 47 181 113
Very or sort of scientific 36 43 13

Find the two conditional distributions of degree held: one for those who hold the opinion that astrology is not at all scientific and one for those who say astrology is very or sort of scientific. Based on your calculations, describe with a graph and in words the differences between those who say astrology is not at all scientific and those who say it is very or sort of scientific.