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V2: NUMERIC STATE CODE

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
1 Alabama 3862.4%
2 Arizona 1140.7%
3 Arkansas 2181.3%
4 California 6243.8%
5 Colorado 2521.5%
6 Connecticut 1120.7%
7 Delaware 580.4%
8 District of Columbia 30.0%
9 Florida 7274.4%
10 Georgia 5293.2%
11 Idaho 1140.7%
12 Illinois 8735.3%
13 Indiana 3432.1%
14 Iowa 2321.4%
15 Kansas 2521.5%
16 Kentucky 4832.9%
17 Louisiana 1821.1%
18 Maine 1360.8%
19 Maryland 1821.1%
20 Massachusetts 4212.6%
21 Michigan 7474.6%
22 Minnesota 2881.8%
23 Mississippi 1991.2%
24 Missouri 3071.9%
25 Montana 1070.7%
26 Nebraska 2291.4%
27 Nevada 360.2%
28 New Hampshire 2281.4%
29 New Jersey 6043.7%
30 New Mexico 1200.7%
31 New York 9916.0%
32 North Carolina 6694.1%
33 North Dakota 840.5%
34 Ohio 5603.4%
35 Oklahoma 3252.0%
36 Oregon 2691.6%
37 Pennsylvania 1,3158.0%
38 Rhode Island 530.3%
39 South Carolina 3121.9%
40 South Dakota 1020.6%
41 Tennessee 2981.8%
42 Texas 7744.7%
43 Utah 1300.8%
44 Vermont 490.3%
45 Virginia 4082.5%
46 Washington 1991.2%
47 West Virginia 3682.2%
48 Wisconsin 2811.7%
49 Wyoming 690.4%
50 Alaska 300.2%
Total 16,413 100%

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Based upon 16,413 valid cases out of 16,413 total cases.

Summary Statistics

Location: 2-3 (width: 2; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: Uniform Crime Reporting Program Data [United States]: 1975-1997.

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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.