V190: PartVIII: 2

Where was your mother born?

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
0 - 4,1294.3%
0 1 - 10.0%
0 9 - 10.0%
0 1 - 10.0%
0 4 - 10.0%
00 - 10.0%
007 - 10.0%
01 - 10.0%
01701 - 10.0%
0481 - 10.0%
049247 - 10.0%
07 - 10.0%
09 - 10.0%
1 Alabama 17,40118.2%
1 3 - 10.0%
1 5 - 10.0%
1 0 - 30.0%
1 1 - 20.0%
1 3 - 10.0%
1 4 - 20.0%
1 5 - 10.0%
1 7 - 10.0%
1 0 - 10.0%
1 2 - 10.0%
1 3 - 20.0%
1 5 - 10.0%
1 6 - 20.0%
1 9 - 10.0%
1 1 2 - 10.0%
1 197 - 10.0%
1 2 - 10.0%
1 2 1 - 10.0%
1 3 - 20.0%
1 6 - 30.0%
1 6 57 - 10.0%
1 8 - 10.0%
10 Florida 20.0%
11 Georgia 40.0%
11 2 - 10.0%
11 6 - 10.0%
11111 - 10.0%
1137 - 10.0%
12 Hawaii 20.0%
12 161 - 10.0%
121113 - 10.0%
123 7 - 10.0%
12459 - 10.0%
12543 - 10.0%
13 Idaho 10.0%
13 0 - 10.0%
Total 95,431 100%

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Based upon 95,431 valid cases out of 95,431 total cases.

Location: 330-335 (width: 6; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: character

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: Equality of Educational Opportunity (COLEMAN) Study (EEOS), 1966.

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