VMP0350: MAJOR FIELD-WIFE

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
10 BIOLOGY 10.1%
11 BOTANY,HORTICULT 00.0%
12 CHEMISTRY 00.0%
13 PHYSICS 00.0%
14 ASTRONOMY,ASTROP 00.0%
15 BIOCHEMISTRY,BIO 00.0%
16 ZOOLOGY,ENTOMOLO 00.0%
17 EARTH SCIENCES-- 00.0%
20 MATHEMATICS 10.1%
21 STATISTICS 00.0%
22 COMPUTER SCIENCE 00.0%
28 NATURAL SCIENCES 00.0%
29 OTH NATURAL SCIE 10.1%
30 ANTHROPOLOGY 00.0%
31 ECONOMICS 20.2%
32 GEOGRAPHY 00.0%
33 POLITICAL SCIENC 00.0%
34 PSYCHOLOGY 20.2%
35 SOCIOLOG,SOC PSY 20.2%
36 U.S. HISTORY 10.1%
37 OTH SPECIF HISTO 00.0%
38 HISTORY,UNSPECIF 40.4%
39 ARCHAEOLOGY 00.0%
40 AMERICAN STUDIES 00.0%
41 REGIONAL STUDIES 00.0%
47 PRE-LAW--NFS 00.0%
48 SOC SCIENCES,GEN 00.0%
49 OTH SOCIAL SCIEN 10.1%
50 ART;FINE ART,ART 00.0%
51 ARCHITECTURE 00.0%
52 ENGLISH;LITERATU 80.8%
53 SPEECH DRAMATIC 10.1%
54 MODERN FORE LANG 10.1%
55 CLASSIC LANGUAGE 00.0%
56 LINGUISTICS 00.0%
57 PHILOSOPHY 00.0%
58 RELIGION,THEOLOG 20.2%
59 MUSIC;-MUSIC EDU 10.1%
60 JOURNALISM 00.0%
68 HUMANIT-ARTS,GEN 00.0%
69 OTH HUMANIT-ARTS 00.0%
70 EDUCAT-ALL TYPES 373.7%
71 ENGINEERING -ALL 00.0%
72 BUSINESS COMMERC 50.5%
73 HEALTH PROFESSIO 00.0%
74 PRE-MEDICAL,PRE- 00.0%
75 NURSING,PUBLIC H 40.4%
76 LAW 00.0%
77 AGRICULTURE,VETE 00.0%
78 LIBRARY SCIENCE 20.2%
Missing Data
0 INAP 92792.0%
98 DON-T KNOW 20.2%
Total 1,008 100%

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Based upon 79 valid cases out of 1,008 total cases.

Summary Statistics

  • mean: 61.59
  • median: 70.00
  • mode: 70.00
  • minimum: 10
  • maximum: 97
  • standard deviation: 16.39

Location: 472-473 (width: 2; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

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

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: American National Election Study, 1980.

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