The 2012 Latino National Election Study (LINES) is a nationally representative telephone survey conducted in the fall of 2012. In total, 1,304 Latino immigrants participated in the investigation, which was supported by the Russell Sage Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, Purdue University, and Cornell University. The central analytical objective was to place the political attitudes and activities of Latino immigrants, both citizens and non-citizens, within the wider context of American public opinion. The PIs are James A. McCann (Purdue University) and Michael Jones-Correa (Cornell University).
- 2012 Latino Immigrant National Election Study v.1.0 - published 21 Jul 2016 in Datasets