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V020101: Pre-Election Post-stratified weight

Pre-election Post-stratified weight

Notes: This is a 6-digit variable with a coded decimal point and 4 decimal places. This weight compensates for the unequal probabilities of selection for respondents in different size households and for different non-response across geographic sample design categories. A post-stratification adjustment used the 2000 CPS March Supplement estimates as the standard. The cells were formed by crossing 6 age groups by 4 levels of education. The age groups were: 18-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+. The education levels were: < high school graduation, high school graduate, some college, and 4 years of college or more.

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
0.2417 - 110.7%
0.2419 - 30.2%
0.2425 - 10.1%
0.2428 - 10.1%
0.2490 - 20.1%
0.2511 - 20.1%
0.2534 - 10.1%
0.2538 - 20.1%
0.2542 - 10.1%
0.2558 - 10.1%
0.2581 - 20.1%
0.2595 - 10.1%
0.2646 - 20.1%
0.2648 - 10.1%
0.2649 - 10.1%
0.2664 - 10.1%
0.2680 - 10.1%
0.2684 - 10.1%
0.2701 - 20.1%
0.2719 - 10.1%
0.2720 - 10.1%
0.2725 - 10.1%
0.2735 - 10.1%
0.2740 - 10.1%
0.2753 - 10.1%
0.2755 - 20.1%
0.2789 - 10.1%
0.2809 - 10.1%
0.2824 - 20.1%
0.2827 - 10.1%
0.2841 - 30.2%
0.2851 - 10.1%
0.2858 - 10.1%
0.2861 - 30.2%
0.2863 - 20.1%
0.2874 - 10.1%
0.2878 - 20.1%
0.2897 - 10.1%
0.2902 - 10.1%
0.2903 - 30.2%
0.2919 - 20.1%
0.2929 - 10.1%
0.2960 - 10.1%
0.3009 - 10.1%
0.3038 - 10.1%
0.3043 - 10.1%
0.3045 - 20.1%
0.3071 - 30.2%
0.3073 - 10.1%
0.3107 - 40.3%
Total 1,511 100%

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).

Based upon 1,511 valid cases out of 1,511 total cases.

Summary Statistics

  • mean: 1.0000
  • minimum: 0
  • maximum: 4
  • standard deviation: 0.7154

Location: 45-50 (width: 6; decimal: 4)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: ANES 2002 Time Series Study.

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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.