Junior year of high school is traditionally a time of high stress for students as they begin making decisions about college. A reporter for the Maintown High School newspaper is planning to write an article about the topic of "Junior Year Stress" and wonders if this stress is experienced equally by both boys and girls.
To gather data for her article, the reporter surveyed a random sample of juniors and asked them to identify how often they felt stressed about school. Results, broken down by gender, are shown in the table below.
Based upon the results shown, should the reporter claim that there is a difference in the levels of stress experienced by boys and girls during their junior year?