Problem 1 Does Religious Attendance Matter For Partisanship? People routinely say that “social issues” matter more in US politics than “economics.” For the most part, the social issues in question are deeply entangled with religiosity. So, we will use statistics to ask whether religion or family income does a better job of predicting a person’s party identification. To do this, we will rely on the General Social Survey, which you can analyze at: http://sda.berkeley.edu/sdaweb/analysis/?dataset=gss14

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