I have two ordinal variables, and I'm using the Fisher's Exact Test in lieu of the chi-square test when the expected values for the latter test are lower than 5. My contingency tables are $3\times2$.
I have a couple of concerns:
From the Fisher's Exact test, I just expect a $p$-value. Anyway, when I calculate it in SPSS for $3\times2$ tables, I also get a value for the test statistic (like in the Chi-quare test). What does this mean? Should I report it in my results?
Would it make sense to report the Chi-square statistic (even if expected values are lower than 5) together with Fisher's Exact Test results? Or would a $p$-value from Fisher's test be enough?