This dataset is a subset of the 1991 National Race and Politics Survey and
contains the item count technique or the list experiment. The main question
reads as follows:
Now I'm going to read you four things that
sometimes make people angry or upset. After I read all (three/four), just
tell me HOW MANY of them upset you. (I don't want to know which ones, just
how many.) (1) "the federal government increasing the tax on gasoline;" (2)
"professional athletes getting million-dollar-plus salaries;" (3) "large
corporations polluting the environment;" (4) "a black family moving next
door to you."
A data frame containing the following 6 variables for 1213 observations.
|y||numeric||the number of items that make respondents angry||0 - 4|
|south||numeric||whether or not a respondents live in a southern state||0 - 1|
|male||numeric||whether or not a respondent is male||0 - 1|
|college||numeric||whether or not a respondent attended some college||0 - 1|
|age||numeric||age of a respondent divided by 10||y|
The full data set is available at SDA (Survey Documentation and Analysis; http://sda.berkeley.edu/D3/Natlrace/Doc/nrac.htm)
where the last item is presented only with the treatment group and the control list only contains the first three items.