V820040: LENGTH OF INTERVIEW

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
15 - 10.1%
25 - 20.1%
30 - 10.1%
35 - 40.3%
40 - 30.2%
41 - 20.1%
42 - 40.3%
43 - 80.6%
44 - 20.1%
45 - 322.3%
46 - 40.3%
47 - 70.5%
48 - 70.5%
49 - 100.7%
50 - 574.0%
51 - 70.5%
52 - 151.1%
53 - 130.9%
54 - 90.6%
55 - 785.5%
56 - 90.6%
57 - 181.3%
58 - 221.6%
59 - 120.8%
60 - 986.9%
61 - 181.3%
62 - 261.8%
63 - 282.0%
64 - 130.9%
65 - 1007.1%
66 - 201.4%
67 - 211.5%
68 - 221.6%
69 - 201.4%
70 - 825.8%
71 - 191.3%
72 - 231.6%
73 - 211.5%
74 - 80.6%
75 - 704.9%
76 - 191.3%
77 - 171.2%
78 - 141.0%
79 - 120.8%
80 - 563.9%
81 - 80.6%
82 - 161.1%
83 - 201.4%
84 - 80.6%
85 - 453.2%
Missing Data
999 NOT ASCERTAINED 161.1%
Total 1,418 100%

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Based upon 1,402 valid cases out of 1,418 total cases.

Summary Statistics

  • mean: 72.30
  • median: 70.00
  • mode: 65.00
  • minimum: 15
  • maximum: 199
  • standard deviation: 19.67

Location: 127-129 (width: 3; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

(Range of) Missing Values: 0 , 999

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: American National Election Studies, 1982: Post-Election Survey File.

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