I feel a bit silly, but I'm stuck on what I thought would be an easy analysis. Haven't had this type of data in a while, so I'm a bit rusty. Tried Googling is, but as I'm not a native English speaker I'm not entirely sure I'm using the right terms.. Anyway, so much for the apology in advance.
Participants in my study answered 24 questions where they simply had to choose between option A and option B. The questions are all "the same" in the sense that H0 is that they will answers 50%/50%; 12 times A and 12 times B. How do I aggregate and analyze?
- Do I aggregate the data into a percentage A (or B, for that matter) per person and then run a one-sample t-test against 50%?
- Do I aggregate into counts of A (again, or B of course) and then somehow do a Chi-square? <- this is where it gets fuzzy!