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V960003: 96PR:FULL SAMPLE WEIGHT

Process.4 Full sample weight

Notes: This weight compensates for the unequal probabilities of selection for respondents in different size households and for different non-response across geographic sample design categories and between panel and cross-section respondents. It is post-stratified to the July 1995 Census population projections for age, by sex by Census region categories (Current Population Reports P25-1111, Table 4). This is a 6 digit variable with a coded decimal point and 4 actual decimal places. See also the "Construction of Analysis weights" in the Sample Design section of the Appendix to the codebook for the 1996 study.

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
0.4007 - 261.5%
0.4023 - 10.1%
0.4024 - 10.1%
0.4045 - 10.1%
0.4052 - 10.1%
0.4082 - 10.1%
0.4087 - 20.1%
0.4089 - 20.1%
0.4108 - 40.2%
0.4133 - 30.2%
0.4177 - 10.1%
0.4179 - 10.1%
0.4267 - 50.3%
0.4268 - 10.1%
0.4281 - 20.1%
0.4282 - 10.1%
0.4286 - 10.1%
0.4296 - 10.1%
0.4326 - 10.1%
0.4337 - 10.1%
0.4350 - 110.6%
0.4355 - 10.1%
0.4362 - 10.1%
0.4368 - 20.1%
0.4372 - 100.6%
0.4385 - 10.1%
0.4389 - 20.1%
0.4400 - 10.1%
0.4401 - 30.2%
0.4407 - 30.2%
0.4426 - 20.1%
0.4431 - 20.1%
0.4443 - 40.2%
0.4444 - 10.1%
0.4477 - 10.1%
0.4484 - 10.1%
0.4491 - 10.1%
0.4506 - 20.1%
0.4512 - 40.2%
0.4545 - 10.1%
0.4563 - 30.2%
0.4584 - 10.1%
0.4592 - 20.1%
0.4594 - 30.2%
0.4636 - 30.2%
0.4682 - 40.2%
0.4686 - 30.2%
0.4704 - 20.1%
0.4705 - 10.1%
0.4709 - 20.1%
Total 1,714 100%

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Based upon 1,714 valid cases out of 1,714 total cases.

Summary Statistics

  • mean: 1.0000
  • minimum: 0
  • maximum: 3
  • standard deviation: 0.4422

Location: 45-50 (width: 6; decimal: 4)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: ANES 1996 Time Series Study.

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