This data set contains the racial composition, the registration rate, the number of eligible voters as well as the actual observed racial registration rates for every county in four US southern states: Florida, Louisiana, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
A data frame containing 5 variables and 275 observations
|X||numeric||the fraction of Black voters|
|Y||numeric||the fraction of voters who registered themselves|
|N||numeric||the total number of voters in each county|
|W1||numeric||the actual fraction of Black voters who registered themselves|
|W2||numeric||the actual fraction of White voters who registered themselves|
King, G. (1997). “A Solution to the Ecological Inference Problem: Reconstructing Individual Behavior from Aggregate Data”. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.
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