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V900012: 90PO: ICPSR STATE CODE

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
1 01. Connecticut* 361.8%
2 02. Maine 00.0%
3 03. Massachusetts* 412.1%
4 04. New Hampshire* 492.5%
5 05. Rhode Island 00.0%
6 06. Vermont 00.0%
11 11. Delaware 00.0%
12 12. New Jersey* 371.9%
13 13. New York* 1588.0%
14 14. Pennsylvania* 673.4%
21 21. Illinois* 794.0%
22 22. Indiana* 412.1%
23 23. Michigan* 914.6%
24 24. Ohio* 884.4%
25 25. Wisconsin* 633.2%
31 31. Iowa* 392.0%
32 32. Kansas* 502.5%
33 33. Minnesota* 452.3%
34 34. Missouri* 221.1%
35 35. Nebraska 00.0%
36 36. North Dakota 00.0%
37 37. South Dakota 00.0%
40 40. Virginia* 482.4%
41 41. Alabama* 582.9%
42 42. Arkansas* 442.2%
43 43. Florida* 613.1%
44 44. Georgia* 944.7%
45 45. Louisiana 00.0%
46 46. Mississippi 00.0%
47 47. North Carolina* 552.8%
48 48. South Carolina 00.0%
49 49. Texas* 1447.3%
51 51. Kentucky 00.0%
52 52. Maryland* 412.1%
53 53. Oklahoma 00.0%
54 54. Tennessee* 1085.5%
55 55. Washington, D.C. 00.0%
56 56. West Virginia* 392.0%
61 61. Arizona 00.0%
62 62. Colorado* 452.3%
63 63. Idaho 00.0%
64 64. Montana 00.0%
65 65. Nevada 00.0%
66 66. New Mexico 00.0%
67 67. Utah 00.0%
68 68. Wyoming* 412.1%
71 71. California* 20510.4%
72 72. Oregon* 452.3%
73 73. Washington* 462.3%
81 81. Alaska 00.0%
Total 1,980 100%

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

Summary Statistics

Location: 53-54 (width: 2; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: American National Election Study: 1990-1991 Panel Study of the Political Consequences of War/1991 Pilot 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.