I'm trying to understand intuitively a one-tailed test on Fisher's exact test.
lets' say I have the voting record of Republicans (1) and Democrats (2) on gun legislation. This is the information given
progun antigun 1 3 1 2 1 3 fisher.test(data.frame(progun,antigun),alternative="greater")
"greater" would include getting the given table above and one that shows a greater level of association between party and voting on gun legislation such as the one below
progun antigun 1 4 0 2 0 4
But what does it mean in regards to the association when we have a situation that is "lesser"?
also I get a p value of 0.98. why does it seem to be such a high p-value