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HOUSHOLD: 1990 census households

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
119 - 141.1%
156 - 40.3%
162 - 90.7%
163 - 40.3%
176 - 50.4%
183 - 20.2%
189 - 151.1%
190 - 161.2%
191 - 20.2%
193 - 120.9%
218 - 60.5%
221 - 131.0%
225 - 70.5%
232 - 181.4%
238 - 161.2%
243 - 60.5%
247 - 50.4%
248 - 50.4%
249 - 110.8%
255 - 50.4%
258 - 90.7%
260 - 80.6%
261 - 181.4%
262 - 151.1%
267 - 171.3%
275 - 30.2%
286 - 30.2%
292 - 60.5%
294 - 70.5%
298 - 50.4%
308 - 120.9%
309 - 181.4%
311 - 10.1%
320 - 10.1%
331 - 332.5%
337 - 10.1%
338 - 151.1%
347 - 161.2%
352 - 50.4%
353 - 171.3%
354 - 60.5%
357 - 100.8%
358 - 40.3%
359 - 30.2%
360 - 40.3%
363 - 100.8%
371 - 90.7%
375 - 50.4%
382 - 151.1%
384 - 40.3%
Total 1,306 100%

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Based upon 1,306 valid cases out of 1,306 total cases.

Summary Statistics

  • mean: 525.90
  • median: 443.00
  • mode: 568.00
  • minimum: 119
  • maximum: 1838
  • standard deviation: 301.89

Location: 49-57 (width: 9; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: Midlife Development in the United States (MIDUS): Survey of Minority Groups [Chicago and New York City], 1995-1996.

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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.