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V900021: SIZE OF INTERVIEW PLACE

SIZE OF PLACE OF INTERVIEW

Notes: THIS VARIABLE WAS CODED ACCORDING TO THE 1980 CENSUS. THE MAJOR OBJECTIVE OF THE CENSUS BUREAU IN DELINEATING URBANIZED AREAS IS TO PROVIDE A BETTER SEPARATION OF URBAN AND RURAL POPULATION IN THE VICINITY OF LARGE CITIES. AN URBANIZED AREA CONSISTS OF A CENTRAL CITY OR CITIES, AND SURROUNDING CLOSELY SETTLED TERRITORY ("URBAN FRINGE"). SIZE OF PLACE CODES 21 AND 41 INCLUDE AREAS THAT ARE IN THE "URBAN FRINGE" BUT ARE NOT CENSUS PLACES. SIX LARGEST SCSAS (OVER 4,000,000 POPULATION) AND FIVE OUT OF TEN NEXT LARGEST SMSAS (2,000,000 POPULATION):

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
11 Central cities 1487.5%
20 Rural 251.3%
21 2,500-9,999 804.0%
22 10,000-29,999 884.4%
23 30,000-49,999 582.9%
24 50,000-99,999 713.6%
25 100,000-149,999 70.4%
26 150,000-349,000 30.2%
27 350,000 and over 00.0%
30 Under 50,000 241.2%
31 50,000-99,999 301.5%
32 100,000-149,999 341.7%
33 150,000-349,999 1527.7%
34 350,000 and over 562.8%
40 Rural 21711.0%
41 2,500-9,999 1768.9%
42 10,000-29,999 1688.5%
43 30,000-49,999 351.8%
44 50,000-99,999 211.1%
45 100,000-149,999 00.0%
46 150,000 and over 70.4%
50 Rural 36318.3%
51 2,500-9,999 753.8%
52 10,000-29,999 1427.2%
53 30,000-49,999 00.0%
Total 1,980 100%

Based upon 1,980 valid cases out of 1,980 total cases.

Location: 83-84 (width: 2; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: ANES 1990 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.