Unemployment and relationship problems. A USA Today/Gallup poll asked a group of unemployed and underemployed Americans if they have had major problems in their relationships with their spouse or another close family member as a result of not having a job (if unemployed) or not having a full-time job (if underemployed). 27% of the 1,145 unemployed respondents and 25% of the 675 underemployed respondents said they had major problems in relationships as a result of their employment status.
(a) What are the hypotheses for evaluating if the proportions of unemployed and underemployed people who had relationship problems were different?
(b) The p-value for this hypothesis test is approximately 0.35. Explain what this means in context of the hypothesis test and the data.