|The two-tailed P value is 1 (About 1 probability on 1)|
By conventional criteria, this difference is considered to be
NOT statistically significant.
|The P value answers this question: If the theory that generated the expected values were correct, what is the probability of observing such a large discrepancy (or larger) between observed and expected values? A small P value is evidence that the data are not sampled from the distribution you expected.|