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V820010: PRIMARY AREA CODE

PRIMARY AREA CODE

Notes: THIS 3-DIGIT CODE WAS FIRST USED IN THE SUMMER OF 1972 BY THE SAMPLING SECTION OF THE INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH, U. OF MICHIGAN. THE FIRST 2 DIGITS IDENTIFY THE PRIMARY AREA. THE NEW YORK CITY AND CHICAGO PRIMARY AREAS ARE EXCEPTIONS IN THAT THEY ARE IDENTIFIED BY TWO OR MORE 2-DIGIT CODES. THE CHICAGO PRIMARY AREA IS IDENTIFIED BY CODES '10' AND '11'; THE NEW YORK CITY PRIMARY AREA IS IDENTIFIED BY THE CODE RANGE '20'-'24'. IN ADDITION, THE FIRST DIGIT OF THE PRIMARY AREA IDENTIFIES THE MAJOR GEOGRAPHIC REGION. PRIMARY AREAS OF PRIMARY AREAS OF 2,000,000 POPULATION LESS THAN 2,000,000 OR MORE, 1970 POPULATION, 1970 REGION (SELF-REPRESENTING) (NON-SELF-REPRESENTING) ------ FIRST DIGIT FIRST DIGIT --------------------- ---------------------- WEST 0 8 NORTH CENTRAL 1 6,7 NORTHEAST 2 9 SOUTH 3 3,4,5 THE THIRD DIGIT OF THE PRIMARY AREA IS BASED ON THE POPULATION DENSITY OR DEGREE OF URBANIZATION. 3RD DIGIT DEGREE OF URBANIZATION, 1970 POPULATION ------------ ------------------------------------------ 1,2 CENTRAL CITIES OF THE 2 STANDARD CONSOLIDATED AREAS PLUS 10 NEXT LARGEST SMSA'S 3,4 SUBURBS OF CENTRAL CITIES CODED 1 OR 2 ABOVE 5 SMSA'S OF LESS THAN 2,000,000 POPULATION, 1970 7 PRIMARY AREAS THAT ARE NOT SMSA'S SEE APPENDIX NOTE

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
1 L.A. CITY,LG BCH 90.6%
2 L.A. CITY,LG BCH 90.6%
3 LOS ANGELES SUBU 231.6%
4 LOS ANGELES SUBU 120.8%
11 SAN FRAN & OAKLA 20.1%
12 SAN FRAN & OAKLA 50.4%
13 SAN FRANCISC,SUB 60.4%
14 SAN FRANCISC,SUB 80.6%
101 CHICAGO CITY,NOR 00.0%
102 CHICAGO CITY,NOR 40.3%
103 CHICAGO SUBURBS 80.6%
104 CHICAGO SUBURBS 130.9%
111 CHICAGO CITY,SOU 30.2%
112 CHICAGO CITY,SOU 30.2%
121 CLEVELAND CITY 20.1%
122 CLEVELAND CITY 30.2%
123 CLEVELAND SUBURB 20.1%
124 CLEVELAND SUBURB 40.3%
131 DETROIT CITY 40.3%
132 DETROIT CITY 60.4%
133 DETROIT SUBURBS 120.8%
134 DETROIT SUBURBS 110.8%
141 ST. LOUIS CITY 40.3%
142 ST. LOUIS CITY 00.0%
143 ST. LOUIS SUBURB 80.6%
144 ST. LOUIS SUBURB 30.2%
201 N.Y.,-BRONX QUEE 70.5%
202 N.Y.,-BRONX QUEE 70.5%
211 N.Y., -BROOKLYN- 50.4%
212 N.Y., -BROOKLYN- 40.3%
221 N.Y.,-MANHATTAN- 40.3%
222 N.Y.,-MANHATTAN- 50.4%
231 N.Y., -RICHMOND- 10.1%
232 N.Y., -RICHMOND- 00.0%
233 NY SUBURBS-REMAI 130.9%
234 NY SUBURBS-REMAI 60.4%
241 NJ,JERS CIT,NEWA 00.0%
242 NJ,JERS CIT,NEWA 50.4%
243 NJ SUBURBS-REMAI 90.6%
244 NJ SUBURBS-REMAI 171.2%
271 BOSTON CITY 10.1%
272 BOSTON CITY 00.0%
273 BOSTON SUBURBS 40.3%
274 BOSTON SUBURBS 70.5%
281 PHILADELPHIA CIT 50.4%
282 PHILADELPHIA CIT 60.4%
283 PHILADELPHIA SUB 80.6%
284 PHILADELPHIA SUB 80.6%
291 PITTSBURGH CITY 30.2%
292 PITTSBURGH CITY 30.2%
Total 1,418 100%

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Based upon 1,418 valid cases out of 1,418 total cases.

Location: 24-26 (width: 3; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: ANES 1982 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.