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V046003A: House.Elect.3a. State FIPS code

State FIPS code

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
1 Alabama 71.6%
2 Alaska 10.2%
4 Arizona 81.8%
5 Arkansas 40.9%
6 California 5312.2%
8 Colorado 71.6%
9 Connecticut 51.1%
10 Delaware 10.2%
11 Washington DC 10.2%
12 Florida 255.7%
13 Georgia 133.0%
15 Hawaii 20.5%
16 Idaho 20.5%
17 Illinois 194.4%
18 Indiana 92.1%
19 Iowa 51.1%
20 Kansas 40.9%
21 Kentucky 61.4%
22 Louisiana 71.6%
23 Maine 20.5%
24 Maryland 81.8%
25 Massachusetts 102.3%
26 Michigan 153.4%
27 Minnesota 81.8%
28 Mississippi 40.9%
29 Missouri 92.1%
30 Montana 10.2%
31 Nebraska 30.7%
32 Nevada 30.7%
33 New Hampshire 20.5%
34 New Jersey 133.0%
35 New Mexico 30.7%
36 New York 296.7%
37 North Carolina 133.0%
38 North Dakota 10.2%
39 Ohio 184.1%
40 Oklahoma 51.1%
41 Oregon 51.1%
42 Pennsylvania 194.4%
44 Rhode Island 20.5%
45 South Carolina 61.4%
46 South Dakota 10.2%
47 Tennessee 92.1%
48 Texas 327.3%
49 Utah 30.7%
50 Vermont 10.2%
51 Virginia 112.5%
53 Washington 92.1%
54 West Virginia 30.7%
55 Wisconsin 81.8%
Total 436 100%

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Based upon 436 valid cases out of 436 total cases.

Location: 63-64 (width: 2; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: ANES 2004 Time Series and Panel Contextual File.

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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.