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DMA: Designated Market Area

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
500 Portland-Auburn 40.4%
501 New York 534.8%
502 Binghamton 10.1%
503 Macon 10.1%
504 Philadelphia 353.2%
505 Detroit 151.4%
506 Boston 191.7%
507 Savannah 60.5%
508 Pittsburgh 161.5%
509 Fort Wayne 30.3%
510 Cleveland 80.7%
511 Washington, DC 292.6%
512 Baltimore 151.4%
513 Flint-Saginaw-Bay City 70.6%
514 Buffalo 80.7%
515 Cincinnati 121.1%
516 Erie 10.1%
517 Charlotte 151.4%
518 Greensboro-H.Point-Winston Salem 60.5%
519 Charleston, SC 10.1%
520 Augusta 40.4%
521 Providence-New Bedford 20.2%
522 Columbus, GA 30.3%
523 Burlington-Plattsburgh 40.4%
524 Atlanta 201.8%
525 Albany, GA 10.1%
526 Utica 10.1%
527 Indianapolis 121.1%
528 Miami-Fort Lauderdale 121.1%
529 Louisville 70.6%
530 Tallahassee-Thomasville 50.5%
531 Tri-Cities, TN-VA 60.5%
532 Albany-Schenectady-Troy 60.5%
533 Hartford-New Haven 100.9%
534 Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbrn 201.8%
535 Columbus, OH 131.2%
536 Youngstown 50.5%
537 Bangor 20.2%
538 Rochester 80.7%
539 Tampa-Saint Pete-Sarasota 111.0%
540 Traverse City-Cadillac 00.0%
541 Lexington 60.5%
542 Dayton 80.7%
543 Springfield-Holyoke 50.5%
544 Norfolk-Portsmouth-Newport News 50.5%
545 Greenville-N.Bern-Washington 20.2%
546 Columbia, SC 70.6%
547 Toledo 50.5%
548 West Palm Beach-Fort Pierce 60.5%
549 Watertown 10.1%
Total 1,101 100%

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Based upon 1,101 valid cases out of 1,101 total cases.

Summary Statistics

Location: 37-39 (width: 3; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: ABC News/Washington Post Monthly Poll, October 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.