The data comes from agricultural market research on farming. The sample was derived based on stratification of farming industries (sheep, beef, grains, etc.) and random sampling within each stratum.
We have population estimates (frequencies, percentages/proportions) of these industry strata. Likewise, we have frequencies and proportions of each stratum in the sample.
A weight was calculated for each farming stratum by dividing the population proportion by the sample proportion.
I'm not sure what that weight means. What I know is weight is an inverse probability of selection of a unit into the sample. Can you give a hint?