C5M: # of C4b rejected due to first-time voter w/o proper ID

Please divide the total number of domestic civilian absentee ballots rejected (as entered in C4b) into the following categories indicating the reason why the absentee ballots were rejected. The amounts should sum to the total provided in C4b.

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
0.00 - 2,13246.1%
1.00 - 541.2%
2.00 - 300.6%
3.00 - 110.2%
4.00 - 80.2%
5.00 - 70.2%
6.00 - 60.1%
7.00 - 50.1%
8.00 - 10.0%
9.00 - 40.1%
11.00 - 70.2%
12.00 - 10.0%
13.00 - 30.1%
14.00 - 30.1%
15.00 - 10.0%
17.00 - 10.0%
18.00 - 10.0%
19.00 - 10.0%
20.00 - 10.0%
21.00 - 30.1%
22.00 - 20.0%
23.00 - 20.0%
25.00 - 10.0%
27.00 - 10.0%
29.00 - 20.0%
30.00 - 20.0%
32.00 - 10.0%
39.00 - 10.0%
41.00 - 20.0%
44.00 - 10.0%
49.00 - 10.0%
53.00 - 10.0%
56.00 - 10.0%
57.00 - 20.0%
59.00 - 10.0%
63.00 - 10.0%
64.00 - 20.0%
74.00 - 10.0%
94.00 - 10.0%
96.00 - 10.0%
97.00 - 10.0%
111.00 - 10.0%
121.00 - 10.0%
125.00 - 10.0%
130.00 - 10.0%
181.00 - 10.0%
245.00 - 10.0%
254.00 - 10.0%
348.00 - 10.0%
379.00 - 10.0%
Missing Data
. - 2,30849.9%
Total 4,626 100%

Please note that only the first 50 response categories are displayed. To view all response categories, please analyze the data file in the statistical package of your choice (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R, online analysis).

Based upon 2,318 valid cases out of 4,626 total cases.

Summary Statistics

  • mean: 1.89
  • median: 0.00
  • mode: 0.00
  • minimum: 0
  • maximum: 505
  • standard deviation: 18.73

Location: 1627-1638 (width: 12; decimal: 2)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: Election Administration and Voting Survey, 2008 [United States].

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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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