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    comparison of proportion to a population Confidence Interval

    Thank you for your help! Much appreciated.
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    comparison of proportion to a population Confidence Interval

    Thank you! I looked at the survey file and the weights assigned to each individual are large in some cases, e.g. up to 7,000. For example, the below study gives weighted counts from an American Community Survey - “The study sample obtained from the 2019 ACS comprised a weighted total count of...
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    comparison of proportion to a population Confidence Interval

    Thank you! couple of follow up questions: 1. Would it be a terrible sin not to calculate statistical significance, but just to make comparisons as "higher" or "lower?" 2. I understand the chi-square, but it seems to carry it out I would need to combine the two datasets into one. However, the...
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    comparison of proportion to a population Confidence Interval

    The population data had about 1500 survey respondents, but with weights applied the size was over 200,000. In my organization I have different divisions that will be compared separately compared to the population values. The size of the divisions are typically 100-1,000, although some are...
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    comparison of proportion to a population Confidence Interval

    I am comparing the % of minorities from my organization to a population % of minorities, to see if it is high or low. I have data for my whole organization (not a sample) so I do not show CIs. The “population” data is a sample and thus has CIs. For example, see the below (hypothetical) data...