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V081103A: HHList.3a. Respondent: race and Latino status

Selected Respondent: race and Latino status

Notes: Built from HHList.2 and HHList.3. This is a 2-digit variable in which the 1st digit represents the Latino status of the Respondent per HHList.3 (1=Latino, 2=not Latino) and the 2nd digit represents race per HHList.2.

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
11 11. Latino - race given as white 28312.2%
12 12. Latino - race given as black 140.6%
14 14. Latino - race given as other 1968.4%
15 15. Latino - race given as white and other 70.3%
16 16. Latino - race given as black and other 50.2%
21 21. Not Latino - race given as white 1,15849.9%
22 22. Not Latino - race given as black 56924.5%
23 23. Not Latino - race given as white and black 00.0%
24 24. Not Latino - race given as other 662.8%
25 25. Not Latino - race given as white and other 90.4%
26 26. Not Latino - race given as black and other 10.0%
27 27. Not Latino - race given as black, white, and other 20.1%
Missing Data
-99 -99. Refused Latino status and race in household listing 20.1%
-91 -91. Refused Latino status but gave race as white 10.0%
-44 -44. NA for Latino status and race (blank recorded) 10.0%
-29 -29. Non-Latino status given but refused race in household listing 40.2%
-19 -19. Latino status given but refused Race in household listing 40.2%
Total 2,322 100%

Based upon 2,310 valid cases out of 2,322 total cases.

Summary Statistics

Location: 101-103 (width: 3; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

(Range of) Missing Values: -99 , -91 , -44 , -29 , -19

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: American National Election Study, 2008: 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.