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V105: AOA(2):REL TO R-2ND

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
1 RESPNDNT 00.0%
2 SPOUSE 1,91953.1%
3 PARTNER 742.0%
4 EXSPOUSE 20.1%
10 CHILD 00.0%
11 SON 2627.2%
12 DAUGHTER 2406.6%
13 STEPSON 10.0%
14 STEPDAUG 00.0%
15 SONINLAW 70.2%
16 DAUINLAW 50.1%
17 FOSTRSON 00.0%
18 FOSTRDAU 10.0%
20 PARENT 00.0%
21 FATHER 320.9%
22 MOTHER 762.1%
23 STEPFATH 20.1%
24 STEPMOTH 00.0%
25 DADINLAW 00.0%
26 MOMINLAW 40.1%
27 GRDPARNT 00.0%
28 GRANDPA 00.0%
29 GRANDMA 10.0%
31 BROTHER 300.8%
32 SISTER 340.9%
33 STEPBROT 00.0%
34 STEPSIST 00.0%
35 BROINLAW 40.1%
36 SISINLAW 20.1%
40 GRDCHILD 00.0%
41 GRANDSON 140.4%
42 GRANDDAU 130.4%
43 NEPHEW 70.2%
44 NIECE 90.2%
45 UNCLE 00.0%
46 AUNT 20.1%
47 COUSIN 60.2%
48 OTHINLAW 20.1%
49 OTHR REL 00.0%
50 FMLY NFS 00.0%
61 FIANCEE 00.0%
62 ROOMMATE 240.7%
63 HHEMPLOY 40.1%
64 FRIEND 230.6%
65 NEIGHBOR 00.0%
66 PARTRREL 00.0%
67 BOARDER 50.1%
68 LANDLORD 60.2%
71 CLERGYMN 00.0%
72 DOC NURS 00.0%
Missing Data
. - 80522.3%
Total 3,617 100%

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Based upon 2,812 valid cases out of 3,617 total cases.

Location: 64-65 (width: 2; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: Americans' Changing Lives: Waves I, II, III, IV, and V, 1986, 1989, 1994, 2002, and 2011.

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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.