V763903: WHICH GP R RTHR DSCSS

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
1 BLACKS 70.3%
2 INDIANS 90.4%
3 LATIN AMERICAN,S 10.0%
4 ORIENTAL 10.0%
5 EUROPEAN ETHNIC 30.1%
9 OTH RACIAL - ETH 30.1%
10 LOW INCOME, POOR 20.1%
11 MIDDLE INCOME 00.0%
12 RICH 00.0%
13 WKG MAN,WKG CLAS 20.1%
14 RETIRED 10.0%
15 UNEMPLOYED 10.0%
16 FARMERS 20.1%
17 UNIONS, LABOR 10.0%
18 MILITARY 20.1%
19 OTH INC WRK-STA 50.2%
20 MIDDLE CLASS 20.1%
21 UPPER CLASS 00.0%
29 OTH SOCIAL STATU 20.1%
30 CHURCH GROUPS,RE 60.3%
31 CHRISTIAN --NOT 40.2%
32 PROTESTANT;MENTI 60.3%
33 CATHOLIC 20.1%
34 JEWISH 20.1%
39 OTH RELIGIOUS RE 10.0%
40 YOUNG PEOPLE 50.2%
41 MIDDLE AGE PEOPL 20.1%
42 OLD PEOPLE 60.3%
45 MARRIED PEOPLE 00.0%
46 DIVORCED PEOPLE 00.0%
47 SINGLE PEOPLE 20.1%
48 FAM ORIENTED RES 70.3%
49 OTH AGE - MARITA 00.0%
50 LIBERALS 10.0%
51 CONSERVATIVES 20.1%
52 SOCIALISTS 20.1%
53 DEMOCRATS 00.0%
54 REPUBLICANS 00.0%
59 OTH POLITICAL RE 10.0%
60 WOMEN 20.1%
61 FEMINIST ORGANIZ 20.1%
62 MEN 00.0%
63 GAY PEOPLE - MOV 10.0%
69 OTH SEXUAL RESPO 10.0%
70 ABORTION ORGANIZ 30.1%
71 BUSING ORGANIZAT 00.0%
72 GUN -CONTROL- OR 00.0%
73 CONSERVATION,ECO 20.1%
79 OTH SOCIAL-POLIT 40.2%
80 VOLNTR FIREMEN 00.0%
Missing Data
0 INAP. 2,12594.5%
99 NOT ASCERTAINED 30.1%
Total 2,248 100%

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Based upon 120 valid cases out of 2,248 total cases.

Location: 1341-1342 (width: 2; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

(Range of) Valid Data Values: 1 thru 97

(Range of) Missing Values: 0 , 98 , 99

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: American National Election Study, 1976 .

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