Municipal Socio-economic Data (South Africa 2011)

Municipal Socio-economic Data (South Africa 2011)

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Socio-economic, demogaphic and protest data of South Africa's 345 Local Municipalties.

Instructions: 

 

Columns

 

Muni - - Name of South African municipality in 2011

 

Change in Population - - % change in population between 2001 and 2011

 

% Unemployed  - - Level of unemployment using official definition (2011)

 

% Poor - - Poverty percentage at household level (2011)

 

Voter Turnout - -% of eligible voters voting in the 2009 National elections (2011)

 

Mean Age - - Average age of people living in municipality (2011)

 

Small Households - - Percentage of households with 1 or 2 people (2011)

 

Large Households - - Percentage of households with 4 or more people (2011)

 

Percentage Youth - - Percentage of population between 16 and 35 (inclusive) (2011)

 

Dep Ratio - - Non working population (by ages, not by employment status) as percentage of total population. Here, "non working" = below 18 or over 60. (2011)

 

% White - - Percentage of population self-identifying as white (2011)

 

% HWW  - - Percentage of households without (reticulated/municipally piped) water (2011)

 

R-P Ratio - - Ratio of richest people to poorest people  (2011)

 

Gini - - Municipal Gini coefficient (2011)

 

% PWM - - Percentage of population with a "Matric" (Grade 12) certificate (2011)

 

% NSL - - Percentage of the population self-reporting their home language to be other than one of South Africa's 11 National Languages  (2011)

 

% Tribal - - Percentage of households living in areas classified as "tribal" by official "geographic type"  (2011)

 

% Male - - Percentage of the population that self-identifies as male (2011)

 

% Informal - - Percentage of households that are classified as informal (structure types) (2011)

 

% Rural - - Percentage of households that are classified as rural (2011)

 

Urban =1 - - One-hot/dummy variable - 1 = municipality is classfied as either "Metropolitan" or "Secondary City" (2011)

 

Urban - - Municipal classification

 

COGTA Score - - 4-level score of municipal efficiency (running good to bad) (2011)

 

Percentage_Poor - - Individual level poverty (best avoided)

 

AG Rating - - 5-level score of municipal governance by the South African Auditor-General (running good to bad) (2011)

 

Prov - - 9 provinces, numeric

 

Prov2 - - 9 provinces, names

 

Pop - - municipal population (2011)

 

Target 1 - -  Count of protests 1997-2013

 

TargetLog - - Log10 of Target1

 

TagetNatLog - - LogE of Target1

 

X Values - - Safely ignore

 

Y Values - - Safely Ignore

 

Target 2 - - Number of protests per capita (2009-2013)

 

2NatLog - - LogE of Target 2

 

NatLog7 - - LogE of count of protests*crowd-size of protests / capita (2009-2013)

 

Target10 - -  Turmoil of protests (0 - 1, where 1 = 100% violent) (2009-2013)

 

13NatLog - - LogE of count of protests*crowd-size of protests / capita (2009-2013) only considering community protests

 

15NatLog - - LogE of count of protests*crowd-size of protests / capita (2009-2013) only considering Labour-related protests

 

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[1] Martin Bekker, "Municipal Socio-economic Data (South Africa 2011)", IEEE Dataport, 2020. [Online]. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.21227/mm8n-3286. Accessed: Apr. 04, 2020.
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Martin Bekker. (2020). Municipal Socio-economic Data (South Africa 2011). IEEE Dataport. http://dx.doi.org/10.21227/mm8n-3286
Martin Bekker, 2020. Municipal Socio-economic Data (South Africa 2011). Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.21227/mm8n-3286.
Martin Bekker. (2020). "Municipal Socio-economic Data (South Africa 2011)." Web.
1. Martin Bekker. Municipal Socio-economic Data (South Africa 2011) [Internet]. IEEE Dataport; 2020. Available from : http://dx.doi.org/10.21227/mm8n-3286
Martin Bekker. "Municipal Socio-economic Data (South Africa 2011)." doi: 10.21227/mm8n-3286