# Tma03

TMA 03
Part 1
Describe and summarise the data in the table:

The relative size of the data generates the following situation:
38% of the males and 39% of the females indicates” they have very good relationships with their neighbours. The percentages indicate a slight difference of 1% between the two groups compared to the category” I don’t have a very good relationship with my neighbour’s”. Apparently the percentage for the males increased with 1% and they both indicated the same percentages 7%.

The age group 18-24 indicates a lower percentage (18%) in the positive category” I have a very good relationship with my neighbours” and a higher percentage (11%) in the negative category” I don’t have a very good relationship with my neighbours”, compared to the age group 65+ which indicates a higher percentage (59%) in the positive category” I have a very good relationship with my neighbours” and a lower percentage in the negative category I don’t have a very good relationship with my neighbours.
From the figures above one can easily conclude the age group 18-24 has less interest in developing very good relationships with their neighbours, they mind their own business while the age group 65+ tries to make a balance between been a good neighbour and respecting others peoples privacy.
The category “I speak to my neighbours a lot” social class C1 scored a lower percentage (24%) and the category “I rarely speak to my neighbours” scored a higher percentage (28%). The difference is 1% to social class C2. Social class C2 scored the highest percentage (32%) in the category “I speak to my neighbours a lot” and the negative category” I rarely speak to my neighbour’s” social class C2 scored the highest percentage (29%) again. In both categories I rarely speak to my neighbours and” I speak to my neighbours a lot” social class C2 scored the highest percentage with a total of 61% compared to social class C1 who have a total of 52%. There is a difference of 9% between social...