True, or false? a. One reason it is usually wise to treat an ordinal variable with methods that use.

True, or false?

a. One reason it is usually wise to treat an ordinal
variable with methods that use the ordering is that in tests about effects,
chi-squared statistics have smaller  values and tend
to be more powerful.

b. The cumulative logit model assumes that  is
ordinal; it should not be used with nominal  The baseline-category logit model
treats as nominal; it can be used with
ordinal , but it then ignores the ordering.

c. If political ideology is mainly in the moderate category
in New Zealand and mainly in the liberal and conservative categories in
Australia, models with the proportional odds assumption should fit well for
comparing these countries.