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V940016: 94PO: ICPSR STATE & CD

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
103 CT03 170.9%
301 MA01 291.6%
302 MA02 50.3%
306 MA06 20.1%
308 MA08 10.1%
310 MA10 40.2%
401 - 150.8%
1201 NJ01 20.1%
1202 NJ02 201.1%
1205 NJ05 00.0%
1207 NJ07 140.8%
1209 NJ09 60.3%
1210 NJ10 160.9%
1211 NJ11 60.3%
1301 NY01 70.4%
1302 NY02 50.3%
1303 NY03 20.1%
1304 NY04 50.3%
1306 NY06 60.3%
1307 NY07 30.2%
1308 NY08 30.2%
1310 NY10 60.3%
1311 NY11 10.1%
1314 NY14 40.2%
1316 NY16 20.1%
1317 NY17 90.5%
1318 NY18 10.1%
1319 NY19 10.1%
1327 NY27 80.4%
1329 NY29 60.3%
1330 NY30 30.2%
1331 NY31 201.1%
1401 PA01 130.7%
1402 PA02 60.3%
1408 PA08 50.3%
1412 PA12 40.2%
1413 PA13 50.3%
1414 PA14 50.3%
1418 PA18 30.2%
2101 IL01 60.3%
2102 IL02 70.4%
2103 IL03 50.3%
2104 IL04 20.1%
2105 IL05 40.2%
2106 IL06 70.4%
2109 IL09 90.5%
2110 IL10 50.3%
2112 IL12 30.2%
2119 IL19 10.1%
2202 IN02 563.1%
Total 1,795 100%

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

Summary Statistics

Location: 83-86 (width: 4; 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.