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V960010B: 96PR:R'S PARTIC IN 92,93,94,95,96

Process.13 Summary, R's participation 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996

Notes: 1996 cross section respondents (codes 1 and 2) have been interviewed only in 1996 (pre only or pre and post interviews). All 1996 panel respondents have been interviewed in the 1994 Post time-series study and may have also been interviewed in the 1992 Pre-Post time-series study. If R was interviewed in 1992 (codes 21-24) he/she was necessarily interviewed in both the 1992 Pre and 1992 Post (this was a requirement to be eligible for the continuing panel). Panel respondents may also have been interviewed in the 1993 and/or 1995 Pilot Studies. 1995 Pilot: 1996 panel respondents who had been fresh cross-section in 1994 (first interviewed in 1994) were eligible for interviewing in the 1995 Pilot Study; 1996 Panel respondents who had been first interviewed in 1992 were not eligible for inclusion in the 1995 Pilot. 1993 Pilot: Panel respondents who were interviewed in both the 1992 Pre and Post were eligible for 1993 Pilot Study interviewing.

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
1 1. 1996 Pre only 623.6%
2 2. 1996 Pre and Post 33719.7%
11 11. 1994, 1996 Pre 452.6%
12 12. 1994, 1996 Pre and Post 28516.6%
13 13. 1994, 1995 Pilot, 1996 Pre 221.3%
14 14. 1994, 1995 Pilot, 1996 Pre and Post 36721.4%
21 21. 1992 Pre and Post, 1994, 1996 Pre 160.9%
22 22. 1992 Pre and Post, 1994, 1996 Pre an 603.5%
23 23. 1992 Pre and Post, 1993 Pilot, 1994, 352.0%
24 24. 1992 Pre and Post, 1993 Pilot, 1994, 48528.3%
Total 1,714 100%

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

Location: 95-96 (width: 2; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

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

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