Principal Investigator(s): Bonilla-Silva, Eduardo
Summary: This study of 400 adults of Caucasian or African-American descent in the Detroit metropolitan area provides information on their attitudes toward White Racial Ideology. Respondents were asked about their views on the role of government in addressing the needs of minorities and the poor in our nation such as: taxing the rich and big businesses more heavily than the working and middle class, and providing educational programs to poor and minorities. Other questions elicited respondent views on ch... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR26261.v1
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