Religious Rhetoric, Public Opinion, and Economic Policy– Part 3!

Alright— a bit late, but the quick final installment on my Monroe project!

I have finished calculating results… and essentially, I have realized that, in spite of my love-hate relationships with SPSS and Stata (as developped through various Government and Economics classes), I like these statistical software packages much better than other options out there on the market. I used Fathom to run the statistical tests for my project. While Fathom is impressive, it is not necessarily as accessible as the two aforementioned packages and as such made my number-crunching session much longer and more grueling than truly necessary.

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Religious Rhetoric, Public Opinion, and Economic Policy– part II.

Alright– I am back for round two! I figured that this time I would explain more thoroughly my surveying process.. and my surveying experiences.

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Religious Rhetoric, Public Opinion, and Economic Policy

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