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Supporting this result, the regression model indicated that a 1-unit increase in variable A results in a 5% increase in support for variable B. This coefficient was not significant, p = 0.30, p < 0.05.

The sentence changes from past to present tense. Should 'results' be 'resulted'. Or is it OK?

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anonymousShould 'results' be 'resulted'. Or is it OK?

No. It's OK. The present is used to indicate a general relationship.

CJ