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Mr. Klein and Ms. Buturovic said they focused on eight of the 21 questions in the survey to test economic literacy because they felt those questions provided the least ambiguous data for determining an understanding of economics.
Ms. Buturovic acknowledged that conservative respondents' political leanings were not the sole determining factor in their relative economic sophistication.