The Numerical Data Interpretation Assignment is described in the syllabus as: Assignment 3 – Numerical Data Assignment: Find a minimum of three studies that focus on your hypothesis or are related closely to it. These do not have to be only scholarly, but can be public opinion polls, government data, or any other, valid studies (check with me if in doubt about the validity of the material). Perform an analysis of this data as related to your hypothesis and write a brief that interprets the data in accordance with your research questions. Create graphs and charts to help explain the material and its interpretation within the brief, though graphics should not exceed two pages of the total paper length. (4-5 pages;). The Interpretation: • Find three studies that address your hypothesis, whether directly or indirectly; • These can be scholarly or professional studies, such as those published by the Pew Research Center, or governmental organizations; • Outline the background and the problem you are trying to solve in an opening section; • Review each of these studies: their goals, the data gathering methods, and their manner of interpretation (Criteria used); • Review the studies in the light of your questions: who, where, what, how do these relate to your research focus; • Evaluate the studies and their results as related to your research focus (Do they address the subject of your research in a useful way?); • Compile the data garnered from these studies into a comprehensive and useful format for your research; • Discuss the meaning of the data in aggregate – the compiled studies and their meaning to your research questions and impacts on hypothesis (What do the numbers tell you once compiled?); • Conclude with final remarks. • Use APA style. The resulting document must be structured in the following manner: 1. Title Page (title heading) 2. Abstract (new page, title heading) 3. Introduction (new page, Heading 2) 4. Literature Review (heading 2) 5. Discussion (heading 2) 6. Implications / Conclusions (heading 2) 7. References (new page, title heading) You MUST USE ALL SECTION HEADINGS as outlined in this document.