I'm analyzing customer satisfaction for a certain program. My response variable is ordinal- where 0 means dissatisfied and 1 means satisfied. I have 10 predictor variables. I used Binary logistic Regression on my data, and the results showed that 6 of my 10 variables are statistically significant. My question is, what can I safely say about my output? Can I say that there is significant evidence to suggest the variables have an affect on the response?
A common practice is to perform a likelihood ratio test for testing the assumptions that all coefficients are equal to 0. Most of the statistical softwares provide this test in the output of the logistic regression. Once this test has been rejected, you can analyse your results.