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Middletown Area Study, 1992 - Analysis

WORKMOMS

Which presidential candidate (Bush or Clinton or Perot) shows the greatest concern for working mothers?
 FrequencyPercentCumulative PercentZ-Score
1) Bush8416.9%16.9%-1.15
2) Clinton25351.0%67.9%-0.45
3) Perot367.3%75.2%0.26
4) Other candidate51.0%76.2%0.96
5) Don't know11823.8%100.0%1.66
Missing9
Total Unweighted N = 496





Sex (I-SEX)

 MaleFemaleMissingTotal
Bush14.2%
32
19.2%
52
016.9%
84
Clinton54.7%
123
48.0%
130
051.0%
253
Perot5.8%
13
8.5%
23
07.3%
36
Other candidate0.9%
2
1.1%
3
01.0%
5
Don't know24.4%
55
23.2%
63
023.8%
118
Missing2790
Total 100%
225
100%
271
   
496

Marital status (I-MARITAL)

 MarriedWidowedDivorced or separatedNever marriedMissingTotal
Bush18.6%
55
14.9%
7
13.0%
7
15.5%
15
017.0%
84
Clinton48.1%
142
44.7%
21
53.7%
29
60.8%
59
250.9%
251
Perot8.8%
26
6.4%
3
7.4%
4
3.1%
3
07.3%
36
Other candidate1.0%
3
2.1%
1
0.0%
0
0.0%
0
10.8%
4
Don't know23.4%
69
31.9%
15
25.9%
14
20.6%
20
023.9%
118
Missing7101120
Total 100%
295
100%
47
100%
54
100%
97
   
493

Education (I-EDUC)

 Less than high schoolHigh school graduateSome college or trade schoolCollege graduateGraduate schoolMissingTotal
Bush10.9%
5
18.3%
35
18.4%
25
11.3%
8
21.3%
10
116.9%
83
Clinton50.0%
23
48.7%
93
51.5%
70
54.9%
39
53.2%
25
350.9%
250
Perot4.3%
2
7.9%
15
5.1%
7
11.3%
8
8.5%
4
07.3%
36
Other candidate0.0%
0
0.5%
1
1.5%
2
1.4%
1
2.1%
1
01.0%
5
Don't know34.8%
16
24.6%
47
23.5%
32
21.1%
15
14.9%
7
123.8%
117
Missing21321140
Total 100%
46
100%
191
100%
136
100%
71
100%
47
   
491

Age (I-AGE)

 17-2930-3940-4950-6465 & overMissingTotal
Bush17.0%
18
19.8%
18
16.8%
17
14.9%
15
16.0%
15
116.8%
83
Clinton61.3%
65
46.2%
42
57.4%
58
43.6%
44
45.7%
43
151.1%
252
Perot7.5%
8
9.9%
9
5.9%
6
6.9%
7
6.4%
6
07.3%
36
Other candidate0.9%
1
1.1%
1
2.0%
2
0.0%
0
1.1%
1
01.0%
5
Don't know13.2%
14
23.1%
21
17.8%
18
34.7%
35
30.9%
29
123.7%
117
Missing13122120
Total 100%
106
100%
91
100%
101
100%
101
100%
94
   
493

Household income (I-INCOME)

 10K & less10-20K20-30K30-50K50K & upMissingTotal
Bush18.3%
22
12.0%
9
16.4%
26
16.4%
11
20.7%
6
1016.4%
74
Clinton55.0%
66
53.3%
40
48.4%
77
59.7%
40
51.7%
15
1552.9%
238
Perot3.3%
4
8.0%
6
10.1%
16
6.0%
4
3.4%
1
56.9%
31
Other candidate0.0%
0
1.3%
1
1.3%
2
1.5%
1
3.4%
1
01.1%
5
Don't know23.3%
28
25.3%
19
23.9%
38
16.4%
11
20.7%
6
1622.7%
102
Missing11120554
Total 100%
120
100%
75
100%
159
100%
67
100%
29
   
450

Religion (I-RELIGION)

 CatholicProtestantChristianNoneOther/DKMissingTotal
Bush16.9%
23
19.4%
34
14.0%
15
11.8%
6
21.1%
4
216.8%
82
Clinton52.9%
72
44.6%
78
50.5%
54
64.7%
33
57.9%
11
550.8%
248
Perot11.0%
15
4.0%
7
8.4%
9
3.9%
2
15.8%
3
07.4%
36
Other candidate0.0%
0
1.1%
2
1.9%
2
0.0%
0
0.0%
0
10.8%
4
Don't know19.1%
26
30.9%
54
25.2%
27
19.6%
10
5.3%
1
024.2%
118
Missing51011171
Total 100%
136
100%
175
100%
107
100%
51
100%
19
   
488

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