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  1. 2016-2017 Latino Immigrant National Election Study (LINES)

    2021-09-15 14:15:36 | Datasets | Contributor(s): James A McCann, Michael Jones-Correa | doi:10.4231/HV45-GE64

    Three-wave panel survey of Latino immigrants in the United States. N=2,560. The first wave was fielded in the summer of 2016, the second during the presidential transition period, and the third in the summer of 2017.


  2. Strother & Bennett - Racial Group Affect and Support for Civil Liberties

    2021-07-23 15:36:05 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Logan R Strother, Daniel Bennett | doi:10.4231/4BG9-T520

    We use a series of survey experiments to assess public support for constitutional protections. We show that Americans hold civil liberties in high esteem, but opinion toward constitutional rights are significantly conditioned by group attitudes.


  3. Who thinks removing Confederate icons violates free speech?

    2021-07-20 19:48:26 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Nathan Carrington, Logan R Strother | doi:10.4231/8PGW-MH24

    The belief that removing Confederate icons from public spaces violates free expression rights occasionally makes its way into the national discourse. We collected data to ascertain who makes this argument and why.


  4. Data: Does bottom-line pressure make terrorism coverage more negative? Evidence from a Twenty Newspaper Panel Study.

    2019-12-03 20:05:18 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Aaron M Hoffman, Dwaine Jengelley | doi:10.4231/WDSQ-MK44

    Data files for the Media, War & Conflict paper: Does bottom-line pressure make terrorism coverage more negative? Evidence from a Twenty Newspaper Panel Study.


  5. Do White Law Enforcement Officers Target Minority Suspects?

    2018-08-28 17:31:07 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Charles Menifield, Geiguen Shin, Logan Strother | doi:10.4231/R70G3HCR

    Replication materials for Menifield, Shin, and Strother's PAR article "Do White Law Enforcement Officers Target Minority Suspects?"


  6. 2012 Latino Immigrant National Election Study

    2016-07-21 20:28:00 | Datasets | Contributor(s): James A. McCann, Michael Jones-Correa | doi:10.4231/R7KS6PJK

    Original national survey of the foreign-born Latino population in the US.


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