1. ## SPSS help

Hello!

I need help in testing if certain percentages are significant

I have 2 groups of 30 individuals which are separated in socially rejected and socially accepted individuals.

they gave answers to questions and the answers were fitted in several categories thus:

q1

group 1:
56.66%
13.3%
10%
20%

group 2:
36.66%
10%
20%
33.3%

q2

gr1:
86.66%
13.33%

gr2:
73.33%
26.66%

q3

gr1:
56.66%
6.66%
6.66%
26.66%
3.33%

gr2:
10%
3.33%
13.33%
63.33%
10%

q4

gr1:
63.33%
33.33%
3.33%

gr2:
36.66%
33.33%
30%

q5

gr1:
40%
43.33%
16.66%

gr2:
23.33%
66.66%
10%

q6

gr1:
16.66%
33.33%
23.33%
16.66%
10%

gr2:
26.66%
13.33%
20%
26.66%
13.33%

q7

gr1:
53.33%
6.66%
36.66%
3.33%

gr2:
63%
0%
33%
3.33%

q8

gr1:
43.33%
20%
20%
10%
6.66%

gr2:
36.66%
30%
26.66%
6.66%
0%

q9

gr1:
50%
20%
26.66%
3.33%

gr2:
53.33%
13.33%
26.66%
6.66%

q10

gr1:
43.33%
50%
6.66%

gr2:
70%
30%
0%

the position counts, for instance for q 10 i need to see if there is a statistically significant difference between 43.33% and 70% and then between 50% and 30%.

I would like to know how to imput the data and how to calculate.

2. ## Re: SPSS help

I have 2 groups of 30 individuals which are separated in socially rejected and socially accepted individuals.
So you have 30 versus 30 individuals? Or 10 versus 20 (or so) individuals? Or 15 versus 15?
the position counts, for instance for q 10 i need to see if there is a statistically significant difference between 43.33% and 70% and then between 50% and 30%.
Are you sure? In that case you would have to enter the same
question several times, e.g. question1 as 4 variables (one for
each answer): q1a1 q1a2 q1a3 q1a4, and each of these variables
contains (for example) "1" for "this answer was given" and "0" for
"this answer was not given". With these variables you could perform

Kind regards

K.

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