The table shows the number (in millions) of the United States’ foreign-born

The table shows the number (in millions) of the United States’ foreign-born population by place of birth.
Place of Birth
Number (millions)
Europe
4.5
Asia
10.1
Caribbean
3.6
Central America
14.4
South America
2.4
Other
2.6
Total
37.6
Using the table, submit the following activities and question.
Construct a relative frequency distribution.
Sketch the data in a bar graph. (Use Excel)
Is “place of birth” quantitative, or categorical?
A survey asks subjects to rate three issues according to their importance in determining voting intention for a U.S. senator, using the scale (very important, somewhat important, unimportant). The issues are foreign policy, the economy, and the environment. The evaluations can be treated as three variables: foreign policy importance, economic importance, and environmental importance. These variables represent what scale of measurement? Why?