My question is about how to analyse very small samples on contingency tables. I have a contingency table with observation for 2 groups (first variable) answering questions with multiple choices (second variable), the values in the contingency table are as low as 2, 1 and 0. and my total sample was as low as 2, 3.
Is there any chance I can statistically investigate if my answers are different between my groups?
I know that for small sample sizes we should use Fisher's exact test, but with this small sample the test never reject the null hypothesis.
Group/answer: YES YES/SOLVED NO group 1: 0 2 0 group 2: 3 1 0