MIGSP: Migration recode - State or foreign country code

Out of Universe (designated as missing): bbb. N/A (person less than 1 year old/lived in same house 1 year ago)

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
1 Alabama/AL 00.0%
2 Alaska/AK 00.0%
4 Arizona/AZ 40.0%
5 Arkansas/AR 00.0%
6 California/CA 170.1%
8 Colorado/CO 20.0%
9 Connecticut/CT 1,0087.6%
10 Delaware/DE 40.0%
11 District of Columbia/DC 10.0%
12 Florida/FL 130.1%
13 Georgia/GA 90.1%
15 Hawaii/HI 40.0%
16 Idaho/ID 00.0%
17 Illinois/IL 30.0%
18 Indiana/IN 00.0%
19 Iowa/IA 00.0%
20 Kansas/KS 30.0%
21 Kentucky/KY 10.0%
22 Louisiana/LA 20.0%
23 Maine/ME 120.1%
24 Maryland/MD 50.0%
25 Massachusetts/MA 500.4%
26 Michigan/MI 00.0%
27 Minnesota/MN 10.0%
28 Mississippi/MS 00.0%
29 Missouri/MO 00.0%
30 Montana/MT 20.0%
31 Nebraska/NE 10.0%
32 Nevada/NV 20.0%
33 New Hampshire/NH 60.0%
34 New Jersey/NJ 70.1%
35 New Mexico/NM 00.0%
36 New York/NY 550.4%
37 North Carolina/NC 60.0%
38 North Dakota/ND 00.0%
39 Ohio/OH 50.0%
40 Oklahoma/OK 00.0%
41 Oregon/OR 00.0%
42 Pennsylvania/PA 90.1%
44 Rhode Island/RI 50.0%
45 South Carolina/SC 50.0%
46 South Dakota/SD 00.0%
47 Tennessee/TN 20.0%
48 Texas/TX 10.0%
49 Utah/UT 20.0%
50 Vermont/VT 10.0%
51 Virginia/VA 30.0%
53 Washington/WA 20.0%
54 West Virginia/WV 00.0%
55 Wisconsin/WI 40.0%
Missing Data
. - 11,96390.2%
Total 13,269 100%

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Based upon 1,306 valid cases out of 13,269 total cases.

Summary Statistics

  • mean: 20.78
  • median: 9.00
  • mode: 9.00
  • minimum: 4
  • maximum: 374
  • standard deviation: 45.03

Location: 154-156 (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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Disclaimer: The frequencies for this variable may not be weighted. They are purely descriptive and may not be representative of the study population. Please use with caution and consult the study documentation.

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