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Variable Label: Time spent getting info from media few weeks after 911



DA41a

In the first weeks after the terrorist attacks, how much time, on average, did you spend each day getting information about the attacks from the media (e.g. TV, radio, newspapers, magazines, internet)?

1 NONE

2 UP TO ONE HOUR

3 MORE THAN ONE HOUR, BUT UP TO TWO HOURS

4 MORE THAN TWO HOURS, BUT UP TO FOUR HOURS

5 MORE THAN FOUR HOURS, BUT UP TO EIGHT HOURS

6 MORE THAN EIGHT HOURS, BUT UP TO TWELVE HOURS

7 MORE THAN TWELVE HOURS

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ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1NONE22904.94%04.93%
2UP TO ONE HOUR153633.16%33.04%
3MORE THAN ONE HOUR, BUT UP TO TWO HOURS108823.49%23.40%
4MORE THAN TWO HOURS, BUT UP TO FOUR HOURS90419.52%19.45%
5MORE THAN FOUR HOURS, BUT UP TO EIGHT HOURS50510.90%10.86%
6MORE THAN EIGHT HOURS, BUT UP TO TWELVE HOURS17403.76%03.74%
7MORE THAN TWELVE HOURS19604.23%04.22%
-9REFUSED2-00.04%
-8DONT KNOW7-00.15%
.Missing8-00.17%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 4649

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