In A Survey Of 100 Randomly Selected Taxi Drivers In A City 76 Support Increased Government

Question

In a survey of 100

randomly selected taxi drivers in a city, 76

support increased government

spending on roads and bridges. In a survey of 100

randomly selected bus drivers in the same city, 82

support such spending. Test the alternative hypothesis that the population proportion of taxi drivers in the city that support such spending is less than the population proportion of bus drivers in the city that do. The test statistic is z=−1.04

. What is the corresponding p

-value? Compute your answer using a value from the table below.

Statistics and Probability