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V940013: 94PO: ICPSR STATE CODE

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
1 Connecticut 170.9%
2 Maine 00.0%
3 Massachusetts 412.3%
4 New Hampshire 150.8%
5 Rhode Island 00.0%
6 Vermont 00.0%
11 Delaware 00.0%
12 New Jersey 643.6%
13 New York 925.1%
14 Pennsylvania 412.3%
21 Illinois 492.7%
22 Indiana 834.6%
23 Michigan 1226.8%
24 Ohio 392.2%
25 Wisconsin 231.3%
31 Iowa 201.1%
32 Kansas 170.9%
33 Minnesota 663.7%
34 Missouri 351.9%
35 Nebraska 382.1%
36 North Dakota 00.0%
37 South Dakota 10.1%
40 Virginia 1156.4%
41 Alabama 261.4%
42 Arkansas 351.9%
43 Florida 985.5%
44 Georgia 834.6%
45 Louisiana 311.7%
46 Mississippi 00.0%
47 North Carolina 261.4%
48 South Carolina 00.0%
49 Texas 1468.1%
51 Kentucky 00.0%
52 Maryland 341.9%
53 Oklahoma 00.0%
54 Tennessee 502.8%
55 Washington, D 00.0%
56 West Virginia 181.0%
61 Arizona 895.0%
62 Colorado 362.0%
63 Idaho 00.0%
64 Montana 00.0%
65 Nevada 00.0%
66 New Mexico 00.0%
67 Utah 10.1%
68 Wyoming 150.8%
71 California 1719.5%
72 Oregon 301.7%
73 Washington 281.6%
81 Alaska 00.0%
Total 1,795 100%

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Based upon 1,795 valid cases out of 1,795 total cases.

Summary Statistics

Location: 77-78 (width: 2; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: American National Election Study, 1994: Post-Election Survey [Enhanced with 1992 and 1993 Data].

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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.