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V001: ID NUMBER

ID number

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
1 Afghanistan 00.0%
2 Albania 00.0%
3 Algeria 11.6%
4 Andorra 00.0%
5 Angola 00.0%
6 Antigua 00.0%
7 Argentina 11.6%
8 Armenia 00.0%
9 Australia 11.6%
10 Austria 11.6%
11 Azerbaijan 00.0%
12 Bermuda 00.0%
13 Bahrain 11.6%
14 Bangladesh 00.0%
15 Barbados 11.6%
16 Belarus 00.0%
17 Belgium 00.0%
18 Belize 00.0%
19 Benin 00.0%
20 Bhutan 00.0%
21 Bolivia 00.0%
22 Bosnia & Herzogovn 00.0%
23 Botswana 00.0%
24 Brazil 00.0%
25 Brunei Darussalam 00.0%
26 Bulgaria 11.6%
27 Burkina Faso 00.0%
28 Burundi 00.0%
29 Cambodia 00.0%
30 Cameroon 00.0%
31 Canada 11.6%
32 Cape Verde 00.0%
33 Central African Republic 00.0%
34 Chad 00.0%
35 Chile 11.6%
36 China 00.0%
37 Columbia 00.0%
38 Comoros 00.0%
39 Congo 00.0%
40 Cook Islands 00.0%
41 Costa Rica 11.6%
42 Cote d'Ivoire 00.0%
43 Croatia 00.0%
44 Cuba 11.6%
45 Cyprus 11.6%
46 Czech Republic 00.0%
47 Dem. People Rep. of Korea 00.0%
48 Denmark 11.6%
49 Djibouti 00.0%
50 Dominica 00.0%
Total 61 100%

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Based upon 61 valid cases out of 61 total cases.

Location: 5-7 (width: 3; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

(Range of) Valid Data Values: 1 thru 211

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: United Nations World Surveys on Crime Trends and Criminal Justice Systems, 1970-1994: Restructured Five-Wave Data.

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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.