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Responses to Summer Spending Habits
Responses to a survey on the StatCrunch homepage. Respondents were asked if the state of the economy impacted their summer spending, if they traveled this summer, how many dollars they spent on travel this summer, and their age.

Check out the original survey here: http://www.statcrunch.com/5.0/survey.php?surveyid=2181&code=PNIJE&groupid=256

yesscsurveySep 13, 20118KB1238
2010 CEO pay from USA TodayyeswebsterwestApr 5, 201113KB972
Economics and Policy.xls
Growth RGDP: RGDP is real gross domestic product. The growth in real gross domestic product is the common measure of a country's economic health. Unemployment Rate: The number of unemployed people divided by the number of people in the labor force. The labor force includes only those who have a job or who are seeking a job. Employment Rate: The number of employed people divided by the working age population. The working age population includes all people from age 15 to 64, regardless of whether or not they are in the labor force. Federal Revenue per GDP: The total amount of money the Federal government receives expressed as a fraction of the size of the economy (GDP). Federal Spending per GDP: The total amount of money the Federal government spends expressed as a fraction of the size of the economy (GDP). Federal Debt per GDP: The total Federal debt expressed as a fraction of the size of the economy (GDP). Here, Federal debt includes both public debt outstanding (money the Federal government has borrowed from people, companies, and foreign governments) and intergovernmental debt (money the Federal government has borrowed from the Social Security trust fund). Top Federal Income Tax Rate: The Federal income tax rate paid by those in the highest tax bracket. Recession: This variable is 1 if the country was in recession in the indicated year and 0 otherwise. Democratic President: This variable is 1 if the President was a Democrat, 0 if the President was a Republican. Seats in House Held by Democrats: The number of Democrats in the House of Representative as a fraction of the total number of Representatives. Due to a small number of independents, the fraction of seats held by Republicans is approximately (but not exactly) one minus the fraction of seats held by Democrats. Seats in Senate Held by Democrats: The number of Democrats in the Senate as a fraction of the total number of Senators. Due to a small number of independents, the fraction of seats held by Republicans is approximately (but not exactly) one minus the fraction of seats held by Democrats. War: This variable is 1 if the country was at war, 0 otherwise.
yesadavies@duq.eduNov 2, 20108KB811
Top Grossing Movies Coded for Content.xls
Data were gathered for the top grossing movies for 2004-2009. MPAA ratings, critics ratings, genre, and gross receipts. In addition, data were gathered from the Kids in Mind website on whether the movies included sex/nudity, violence, and profanity (all on a 1-10 scale). We also coded the movies (0 = No, 1 = Yes) for the presence of racism, class discrimination, adult topics, and drug use.
yesgreen.williamdApr 15, 20102KB394
Annual Movie Data 2008 Random Sampling.txt
This data is a random sampling of movies that played in theaters in 2008. It includes movies released in previous years that earned money during 2008. For example, a movie released over Thanksgiving in 2007 will most likely earn money in 2007 and 2008. Each box office year ends on the first Sunday of the following year. The next year starts the following day (Monday). For example, the "2004 box office year" ended on Sunday, January 2, 2005. Inflation-adjusted figures are based ticket sale estimates, and may not be precise due to rounding errors.
yeswikipetersonOct 7, 20098KB353
Annual Movie Data 2008.txt
This chart ranks movies by the amount they earned during 2008. It includes movies released in previous years that earned money during 2008. For example, a movie released over Thanksgiving in 2007 will most likely earn money in 2007 and 2008. Each box office year ends on the first Sunday of the following year. The next year starts the following day (Monday). For example, the "2004 box office year" ended on Sunday, January 2, 2005. Inflation-adjusted figures are based ticket sale estimates, and may not be precise due to rounding errors.
yeswikipetersonOct 7, 200970KB317
Changes in housing prices across metropolitan areasyeswebsterwestMar 2, 200915KB168
Housing PricesyesstatcrunchFeb 26, 2009147B160
Money magazine best places to live (2007)yeswebsterwestMay 9, 20085KB228
Number of top 100 best places to live per state (2007)yeswebsterwestMay 8, 2008630B174
Cumulative Frequency Chart Money Spentyeskimwallx05@yahoo.comMar 16, 2016214B8
Frequency Distribution for Money Spentyeskimwallx05@yahoo.comMar 16, 2016148B14
moneyball red soxyeschrisv617Dec 19, 20148KB30
MoneyBall StatCrunch yesjonathan.jovin2.0@gmail.comDec 19, 2014885B18
Money Team data set2yesnrobbie@elon.eduApr 17, 20141.010B9

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