Data for attitudes toward immigration-related policies, both before and after an experiment which randomly exposed a treated group to Spanish-speakers on a Boston commuter train platform. See Enos (2014) for background and details (pdf). Individuals with a treatment value of "Treated" were exposed to two Spanish-speakers on their regular commute. "Control" individuals were not.
A tibble with 115 observations and 14 variables:
factor variable with two levels: "Treated" and "Control"
Starting attitude toward immigration issues. Uses a 3 to 15 scale, with higher numbers meaning more conservative
Ending attitude toward immigration issues. Uses a 3 to 15 scale, with higher numbers meaning more conservative
character variable with values "Male" and "Female"
character variable with values "Asian", "Black", "Hispanic", and "White"
logical variable with TRUE meaning liberal
character variable with values "Democrat" and "Republican"
integer variable for age in years
numeric variable for family income in dollars
character variable for commuter train line, with values "Framingham" and "Franklin"
character variable for train station
numeric variable for percentage of Hispanic residents in person's zip code
Measure of political ideology, before the experiment, on a 1 to 5 scale, with higher numbers meaning more conservative
Measure of political ideology, after the experiment, on a 1 to 5 scale, with higher numbers meaning more conservative
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