This flag indicates whether the differences in the results in this matrix are statistically
significant according to a chi-square test. The distribution of observed frequencies is compared
to expected frequencies from a distribution where there is no relationship between the two axes.
If the total difference is greater than the chi-square statistic for the 95% confidence level,
then the results are considered statistically significant.

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Percentage View: Shows the number and percentage of respondents. Can be disaggregated by
characteristics of respondents.

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by characteristics of respondents.

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For selected questions that show the percentage of respondents across categories, a flag is displayed here that indicates if differences across groups are statistically significant.