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Does Less Income Mean Less Representation?

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Author(s): 

Eric Brunner, Stephen L. Ross, Ebonya Washington

ISPS ID: 
D080
Keyword(s): 
Research design: 
Data type: 
Administrative
Data source(s): 

Authors

Data source information: 

Authors
Suggested citation: Brunner, Eric, Stephen L. Ross, and Ebonya Washington (2013) Replication Materials for: ‘Does Less Income Mean Less Representation?,’ http://hdl.handle.net/10079/pg4f528.”

Field date: 
June 4, 2013
Location: 
Location details: 
California
Unit of observation: 
Vote match (on ballot proposition, by State representatives and the public)
Sample size: 
77
Inclusion/exclusion: 
Issues that were voted on by both representatives on the floor of the legislature and the public in either a general or primary election.
Randomization procedure: 
N/A
Treatment: 
N/A
Treatment administration: 
N/A
Outcome measures: 
Congruence (whether the vote of the legislator matches the vote of the majority of his/her constituents)
Archive date: 
2013
Archive contributor: 
Limor Peer
Owner: 
Authors
Owner contact: 

isps(at)yale(dot)edu

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