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V900005: 90PO: PRIMARY AREA CODE

PRIMARY AREA CODE

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
301 New York, NY 371.5%
302 Los Angeles, CA 281.1%
303 Chicago, IL 441.8%
304 Philadelphia, PA 241.0%
305 Detroit, MI 180.7%
306 San Francisco, CA 140.6%
309 Houston, TX 271.1%
310 Boston, MA 311.2%
312 St. Louis, MO 241.0%
313 Pittsburgh, PA 331.3%
314 Baltimore, MD 261.0%
317 Buffalo, NY 241.0%
321 New Haven, CT 230.9%
323 Atlantic City, NJ 180.7%
324 Manchester, NH 271.1%
326 Milwaukee, WI 451.8%
327 Dayton, OH 341.4%
329 Des Moines, IA 261.0%
331 Grand Rapids, MI 120.5%
332 Ft. Wayne, IN 341.4%
333 Steubenville, OH 291.2%
336 Birmingham, AL 261.0%
339 Columbus, GA 351.4%
340 Miami, FL 100.4%
343 Lakeland, FL 351.4%
344 McAllen, TX 411.6%
347 Wheeling, WV 271.1%
349 Knoxville, TN 241.0%
350 Richmond, VA 341.4%
353 Seattle, WA 341.4%
355 Denver, CO 281.1%
356 Anaheim, CA 190.8%
358 Fresno, CA 381.5%
359 Eugene, OR 321.3%
363 Schuyler, NY 431.7%
365 Sanilac county, MI 321.3%
368 Phillips county, KS 401.6%
370 Mower county, MN 371.5%
373 Bulloch county, GA 502.0%
376 Hale county, TX 311.2%
377 Monroe county, AR 200.8%
378 Bedford county, TN 431.7%
381 Robeson county, NC 391.6%
382 El Dorado county, CA 361.4%
384 Carbon county, WY 271.1%
Missing Data
0 - 1,12645.3%
Total 2,485 100%

Based upon 1,359 valid cases out of 2,485 total cases.

Location: 17-19 (width: 3; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: ANES 1992 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.