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V900023: 90PO: BELT CODE


Notes: This variable was coded according to the 1980 Census with additions from Census Population Reports. SUBURBS are defined as all urbanized areas in the SMSA exclusive of the areas coded 1 and 2 below, plus the remainder of any county that includes a central city or parts of a central city. (NOTE: in the New England division where SMSA boundaries do not follow county lines, it is necessary to limit this category to the SMSA part of a county that includes a central city). An ADJACENT AREA includes all territory beyond the outer boundary of the suburban belt, but within fifty miles of the central business district of a central city. An OUTLYING AREA includes all territory more than fifty miles from the central business district of a central city. SEE APPENDIX NOTE

1 Central cities of the 6 largest Standa 1024.1%
2 Central cities of SMSAs with less than 1887.6%
3 Suburbs of the 6 largest SCSAs, and fi 2158.7%
4 Suburbs of other SMSAs 39816.0%
5 Adjacent areas 36914.8%
6 Outlying areas 873.5%
Missing Data
0 INAP 1,12645.3%
Total 2,485 100%

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

Location: 87-87 (width: 1; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric


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.