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V046006A: House.Elect.6a. House Democratic Candidate Name

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
- 378.5%
A. Lin Whitworth - 10.2%
Adam Andrew Smith - 10.2%
Adam B. Schiff - 10.2%
Adam Smith - 10.2%
Al Green - 10.2%
Alan B. Mollohan - 10.2%
Albert Benjamin "Ben" Chandler - 10.2%
Albert Charles "Al" Weed II - 10.2%
Albert Russell Wynn - 10.2%
Albert Thomas "Bert" Smith - 10.2%
Alcee Lamar Hastings - 10.2%
Allyson Y. Schwartz - 10.2%
Amy Elizabeth Vasquez - 10.2%
Angie Ginger Cochran - 10.2%
Anna G. Eshoo - 10.2%
Anne Harriet Fischer - 10.2%
Anthony David Weiner - 10.2%
Artur Davis - 10.2%
Barbara Lee - 10.2%
Barney Frank - 10.2%
Baron Paul Hill - 10.2%
Bart T. Stupak - 10.2%
Barton Jennings "Bart" Gordon - 10.2%
Beau Babka - 10.2%
Ben Zachary Konop - 10.2%
Benjamin L. Cardin - 10.2%
Bennie G. Thompson - 10.2%
Beth Troutman - 10.2%
Betty Louise McCollum - 10.2%
Bill Bernstein - 10.2%
Bill Gluba - 10.2%
Billy Rudolph Cartwright - 10.2%
Blair H. Mathies Jr. - 10.2%
Bob R. Etheridge - 10.2%
Bobby Lee Rush - 10.2%
Brad J. Sherman - 10.2%
Brandon P. Brown - 10.2%
Brett Griffin Wagner - 10.2%
Brian M. Higgins - 10.2%
Brian N. Baird - 10.2%
Brian R. Thomas - 10.2%
Brian Samuel Keliher - 10.2%
Bryan Kennedy - 10.2%
C. Michael "Mike" Thompson - 10.2%
C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger - 10.2%
Capri Silvestri Cafaro - 10.2%
Carl Allen Cole III - 10.2%
Carolyn B. Maloney - 10.2%
Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick - 10.2%
Total 436 100%

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Based upon 436 valid cases out of 436 total cases.

Location: 105-134 (width: 30; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: character

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: American National Election Study, 2004: 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.