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V1002: NUMERIC STATE CODE

This is a two-digit value assigned to the state and is used to place the records in order by this value.

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
1 AL 00.0%
2 AZ 00.0%
3 AR 2,4000.1%
4 CA 00.0%
5 CO 145,5075.1%
6 CT 43,6261.5%
7 DE 00.0%
8 DC 1,8220.1%
9 FL 00.0%
10 GA 00.0%
11 ID 81,3902.9%
12 IL 00.0%
13 IN 00.0%
14 IA 160,5905.7%
15 KS 113,9554.0%
16 KY 10,5780.4%
17 LA 00.0%
18 ME 00.0%
19 MD 00.0%
20 MA 134,5584.7%
21 MI 508,53217.9%
22 MN 00.0%
23 MS 00.0%
24 MO 00.0%
25 MT 00.0%
26 NB 12,6320.4%
27 NV 00.0%
28 NH 00.0%
29 NJ 00.0%
30 NM 00.0%
31 NY 00.0%
32 NC 00.0%
33 ND 21,1040.7%
34 OH 138,4234.9%
35 OK 00.0%
36 OR 00.0%
37 PA 00.0%
38 RI 00.0%
39 SC 343,38012.1%
40 SD 00.0%
41 TN 400,84614.1%
42 TX 120,0464.2%
43 UT 81,5212.9%
44 VT 24,2940.9%
45 VA 407,90114.4%
46 WA 00.0%
47 WV 88,4183.1%
48 WI 00.0%
49 WY 00.0%
50 AK 00.0%
Total 2,841,523 100%

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 2,841,523 valid cases out of 2,841,523 total cases.

Location: 3-4 (width: 2; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

(Range of) Valid Data Values: 1 thru 62

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: National Incident-Based Reporting System, 2000.

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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.