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V880011: FIPS STATE AND COUNTY CODE

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
1073 JEFFERSON, AL 371.8%
1113 RUSSELL, AL 80.4%
1117 SHELBY, AL 100.5%
5095 MONROE, AR 532.6%
6001 ALAMEDA, CA 50.2%
6013 CONTRA COSTA, CA 20.1%
6017 EL DORADO, CA 402.0%
6019 FRESNO, CA 422.1%
6037 LOS ANGELES, CA 592.9%
6059 ORANGE, CA 472.3%
6075 SAN FRANCISCO,CA 90.4%
6081 SAN MATEO, CA 100.5%
8001 ADAMS, CO 50.2%
8005 ARAPAHOE, CO 50.2%
8031 DENVER, CO 190.9%
8059 JEFFERSON, CO 80.4%
9009 NEW HAVEN, CT 381.9%
12025 DADE, FL 221.1%
12105 POLK, FL 351.7%
13031 BULLOCH, GA 592.9%
13215 MUSCOGEE, GA 341.7%
17031 COOK, IL 402.0%
17043 DU PAGE, IL 30.1%
17089 KANE, IL 20.1%
17097 LAKE, IL 70.3%
17133 MONROE, IL 70.3%
18003 ALLEN, IN 341.7%
18179 WELLS, IN 70.3%
19153 POLK, IA 442.2%
20147 PHILLIPS, KS 542.6%
24003 ANNE ARUNDEL, MD 60.3%
24005 BALTIMORE, MD 100.5%
24013 CARROLL, MD 120.6%
24025 HARFORD, MD 50.2%
24510 BALTIMORE CITY,M 100.5%
25009 ESSEX, MA 60.3%
25017 MIDDLESEX, MA 190.9%
25021 NORFOLK, MA 90.4%
25025 SUFFOLK, MA 30.1%
26081 KENT, MI 331.6%
26099 MACOMB, MI 60.3%
26125 OAKLAND, MI 110.5%
26139 OTTAWA, MI 90.4%
26147 ST CLAIR, MI 60.3%
26151 SANILAC, MI 371.8%
26163 WAYNE, MI 120.6%
27099 MOWER, MN 572.8%
29183 ST CHARLES, MO 40.2%
29189 ST LOUIS, MO 211.0%
29510 ST LOUIS CITY,MO 70.3%
Total 2,040 100%

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Based upon 2,040 valid cases out of 2,040 total cases.

Summary Statistics

Location: 46-50 (width: 5; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: American National Election Study, 1988: Pre- and Post-Election Survey.

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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.