Corstange, Daniel and Nikolay Marinov (2012), Replication Materials for ‘Taking Sides in Other People’s Elections: The Polarizing Effect of Foreign Intervention’ . http://hdl.handle.net/10079/qz612xt. ISPS Data Archive.
Authors; Beirut-based Information International survey company; Pew Global Attitudes Project; Naharnet
Data source information:
June 1, 2009
Unit of observation:
Voting-age Lebanese individuals; The sample consists of randomly selected adults from each of the country's 30 administrative districts (cazas), with the sample proportional to the district population size.
Randomization table allocates prompt to individual respondent
Prompt, followed by either Iran or the United States and either Party ("...strongly preferred one side over the other") or Process ("...it supported the democratic process, whatever the outcome of the elections") statement.
Door to door
Opinion about foreign relations
Area of study: