One question is why do Chi-sqare rather than a t-test?
You have two samples, and a proportion from each who did something.
And you can then get a confidence interval around the difference.
However, on the data you gave, it seems to me like your conclusion is correct. It just might be a type 3 error - solving the wrong problem
The other big question is, whether or not any test is significant or not, you care, on a substantive level, about the difference in the two rates. Even if 6.9% and 6.4% are exactly the right values, would you want to go ahead?
Peter L. Flom, PhD
Assistant Director, Statistics and Data Analysis Core
Center for Drug Use and HIV Research
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