What’s left unsaid? In-group solidarity and ethnic and racial differences in opposition to immigration in the United States

@article{Vienrich2017WhatsLU,
  title={What’s left unsaid? In-group solidarity and ethnic and racial differences in opposition to immigration in the United States},
  author={Alessandra Bazo Vienrich and Mathew J. Creighton},
  journal={Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies},
  year={2017},
  volume={44},
  pages={2240 - 2255}
}
ABSTRACT Do racial and ethnic characteristics of non-immigrants play an important role in shaping attitudes toward immigrants in the U.S.? Using a 2010 survey experiment representative of the U.S. general population, this paper examines differences in opposition to immigration by the race or ethnicity of the respondent. By manipulating the amount of anonymity offered to respondents, the experiment allows explicit opposition to be distinguished from implicit opposition, which offers unique… Expand
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