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American National Election Survey 1996

Description

This data is a subset of the American National Election Studies of 1996.

Notes

Number of observations - 944
Number of variables - 10

Variables name definitions::

        popul - Census place population in 1000s
        TVnews - Number of times per week that respondent watches TV news.
        PID - Party identification of respondent.
            0 - Strong Democrat
            1 - Weak Democrat
            2 - Independent-Democrat
            3 - Independent-Indpendent
            4 - Independent-Republican
            5 - Weak Republican
            6 - Strong Republican
        age : Age of respondent.
        educ - Education level of respondent
            1 - 1-8 grades
            2 - Some high school
            3 - High school graduate
            4 - Some college
            5 - College degree
            6 - Master's degree
            7 - PhD
        income - Income of household
            1  - None or less than $2,999
            2  - $3,000-$4,999
            3  - $5,000-$6,999
            4  - $7,000-$8,999
            5  - $9,000-$9,999
            6  - $10,000-$10,999
            7  - $11,000-$11,999
            8  - $12,000-$12,999
            9  - $13,000-$13,999
            10 - $14,000-$14.999
            11 - $15,000-$16,999
            12 - $17,000-$19,999
            13 - $20,000-$21,999
            14 - $22,000-$24,999
            15 - $25,000-$29,999
            16 - $30,000-$34,999
            17 - $35,000-$39,999
            18 - $40,000-$44,999
            19 - $45,000-$49,999
            20 - $50,000-$59,999
            21 - $60,000-$74,999
            22 - $75,000-89,999
            23 - $90,000-$104,999
            24 - $105,000 and over
        vote - Expected vote
            0 - Clinton
            1 - Dole
        The following 3 variables all take the values:
            1 - Extremely liberal
            2 - Liberal
            3 - Slightly liberal
            4 - Moderate
            5 - Slightly conservative
            6 - Conservative
            7 - Extremely Conservative
        selfLR - Respondent's self-reported political leanings from "Left"
            to "Right".
        ClinLR - Respondents impression of Bill Clinton's political
            leanings from "Left" to "Right".
        DoleLR  - Respondents impression of Bob Dole's political leanings
            from "Left" to "Right".
        logpopul - log(popul + .1)

Source

http://www.electionstudies.org/

The American National Election Studies.

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