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several independent variable
Prior research on rape has shown correlations with several factors, including unemployment, education level, income, poverty, minority population, size of the police force, and variations in state law (local jurisdictions enforce state laws; see Baron and Straus 1989). To control for these factors, each of the models includes measures of unemployment, the percentage of residents over age 25 with a high school diploma, the median personal income, the percentage of fami lies living in poverty, the percentage of Latino residents, the percentage of African American residents,
and the number police officers per 100,000 population. Except for the size of the police force (from FBI data) and the unemployment rate (from the Bureau of Labor Statistics), all data were taken from the 1990 Census.
report rate and the arrest rate rather than the incident