V2020: TYPE OF LIVING QUARTERS (ORIGINAL)
Text: Source code 209(O)
Notes: Original variables may contain original invalid entries. Variables V2013 Through V2026 refer to transcription items from control card.
|1||House, apartment, flat||156,897||92.0%|
|2||Housing unit in nontransient hotel, motel, etc.||107||0.1%|
|3||Housing unit permanent in transient hotel, motel, etc.||52||0.0%|
|4||Housing unit in rooming house||70||0.0%|
|5||Mobile home or trailer with no permanent room added||7,400||4.3%|
|6||Mobile home or trailer with one or more permanent rooms added||1,093||0.6%|
|7||Housing unit not specified above||124||0.1%|
|8||Quarters not housing unit in rooming or boarding house||42||0.0%|
|9||Unit not permanent in transient hotel, motel, etc.||5||0.0%|
|10||Unoccupied site for mobile home, trailer, or tent||2||0.0%|
|11||Student quarters in college dormitory||1,593||0.9%|
|12||Other unit not specified above||458||0.3%|
|99||Out of universe||2,660||1.6%|
Based upon 167,968 valid cases out of 170,628 total cases.
Location: 59-60 (width: 2; decimal: 0)
Variable Type: numeric
(Range of) Valid Data Values: 1 thru 98
(Range of) Missing Values: 99
Source: This variable was taken from: National Crime Victimization Survey, 1992-2005: Concatenated Incident-Level Files.
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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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