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V480013: PRESLELCTN OTCM SURPRISE

Q. 4. NOW, TURNING TO THE ELECTION ITSELF, DID THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION COME OUT THE WAY YOU THOUGHT IT WOULD OR WERE YOU SURPRISED. Q. 4A. WHY IS THAT.

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
10 SURPRISED -- THOUGHT PEOPLE WANTED CHA 426.3%
11 SURPRISED -- EXPERTS, RADIO, PAPERS SA 15323.1%
12 SURPRISED -- DEWEY A BETTER MAN 40.6%
13 SURPRISED -- TRUMAN RECORD BAD 71.1%
14 SURPRISED -- OTHER, MISCELLANEOUS 11417.2%
15 SURPRISED -- DON'T KNOW WHY 10.2%
19 SURPRISED -- NA WHY 9013.6%
20 EXPECTED -- PEOPLE WANTED SAME ADMINIS 284.2%
21 EXPECTED -- SKEPTICAL OF RADIO, NEWSPA 10.2%
22 EXPECTED -- REPUBLICANS OVER-CONFIDENT 71.1%
23 EXPECTED -- TRUMAN'S CAMPAIGN MORE EFF 91.4%
24 EXPECTED -- TRUMAN A BETTER MAN OR BET 223.3%
25 EXPECTED -- PEOPLE OPPOSED TO 80TH CON 30.5%
26 EXPECTED -- PEOPLE VOTED IN ROOSEVELT 30.5%
27 EXPECTED -- LABOR, NEGRO, GOVERNMENT E 314.7%
28 EXPECTED -- DK WHY 40.6%
29 EXPECTED -- NA WHY 639.5%
30 EXPECTED -- OTHER 335.0%
Missing Data
88 IGNORES POLITICS 253.8%
98 DON'T KNOW WHETHER SURPRISED 10.2%
99 NA WHETHER SURPRISED 213.2%
Total 662 100%

Based upon 615 valid cases out of 662 total cases.

Location: 26-27 (width: 2; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: ANES 1948 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.