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ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
0 None 00.0%
1 ALBANY 80.7%
2 ATLANTA 262.3%
3 BALTIMORE 70.6%
4 BIRMINGHAM 111.0%
5 BOSTON 282.5%
6 BUFFALO-ROCHESTER 111.0%
7 CHARLOTTE 100.9%
8 CHICAGO 343.0%
9 CINCINNATI 171.5%
10 CLEVELAND 191.7%
11 COLUMBUS 121.1%
12 DALLAS 181.6%
13 DENVER 171.5%
14 DES MOINES 50.4%
15 DETROIT 211.9%
16 GRAND RAPIDS 80.7%
17 HARTFORD-NEW HAVEN 121.1%
18 HOUSTON 201.8%
19 INDIANAPOLIS 90.8%
20 JACKSONVILLE 60.5%
21 KANSAS CITY 80.7%
22 LITTLE ROCK 70.6%
23 LOS ANGELES 443.9%
24 LOUISVILLE 141.2%
25 MEMPHIS 80.7%
26 MIAMI 242.1%
27 MILWAUKEE 30.3%
28 MINNEAPOLIS 111.0%
29 NASHVILLE 131.1%
30 NEW ORLEANS-MOBILE 100.9%
31 NEW YORK 655.7%
32 OKLAHOMA CITY-TULSA 141.2%
33 OMAHA 40.4%
34 ORLANDO 80.7%
35 PHILADELPHIA 322.8%
36 PHOENIX 171.5%
37 PITTSBURGH 131.1%
38 PORTLAND 131.1%
39 RALEIGH-DURHAM 90.8%
40 RICHMOND 171.5%
41 SACRAMENTO 131.1%
42 SALT LAKE CITY-BOISE 171.5%
43 SAN ANTONIO 191.7%
44 SAN DIEGO 90.8%
45 SAN FRANCISCO 211.9%
46 SEATTLE 211.9%
47 ST LOUIS 80.7%
48 SYRACUSE 111.0%
49 TAMPA 211.9%
Missing Data
-1 System Missing 837.3%
Total 1,133 100%

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Based upon 1,050 valid cases out of 1,133 total cases.

Summary Statistics

Location: 72-76 (width: 5; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

(Range of) Missing Values: -1

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: ABC News/Washington Post Poll #1, September 2008.

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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.