LANP: Language spoken at home

Out of Universe (designated as missing): bbb. N/A (less than 5 years old/speaks only English)

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
601 Jamaican Creole 50.0%
607 German 530.4%
608 Pennsylvania Dutch 00.0%
609 Yiddish 40.0%
610 Dutch 120.1%
611 Afrikaans 00.0%
614 Swedish 70.1%
615 Danish 40.0%
616 Norwegian 30.0%
619 Italian 1511.1%
620 French 1531.2%
622 Patois 20.0%
623 French Creole 190.1%
624 Cajun 00.0%
625 Spanish 8056.1%
629 Portuguese 1150.9%
631 Romanian 40.0%
635 Irish Gaelic 20.0%
637 Greek 540.4%
638 Albanian 110.1%
639 Russian 270.2%
641 Ukrainian 60.0%
642 Czech 80.1%
645 Polish 1461.1%
646 Slovak 30.0%
647 Bulgarian 30.0%
648 Macedonian 00.0%
649 Serbocroatian 130.1%
650 Croatian 00.0%
651 Serbian 00.0%
653 Lithuanian 30.0%
654 Lettish 60.0%
655 Armenian 00.0%
656 Persian 50.0%
657 Pashto 30.0%
658 Kurdish 00.0%
662 India n.e.c 90.1%
663 Hindi 380.3%
664 Bengali 120.1%
665 Panjabi 00.0%
666 Marathi 10.0%
667 Gujarathi 130.1%
671 Urdu 80.1%
674 Nepali 00.0%
676 Pakistan n.e.c 10.0%
677 Sinhalese 00.0%
679 Finnish 10.0%
682 Hungarian 130.1%
691 Turkish 50.0%
701 Telugu 100.1%
Missing Data
. - 11,27184.9%
Total 13,269 100%

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Based upon 1,998 valid cases out of 13,269 total cases.

Summary Statistics

  • mean: 644.79
  • median: 625.00
  • mode: 625.00
  • minimum: 601
  • maximum: 994
  • standard deviation: 47.64

Location: 151-153 (width: 3; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: American Community Survey (ACS): Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS), 2003.

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