Wu, J.D. (2020). Replication Materials for, “Work Requirements and Perceived Deservingness of Medicaid.” http://hdl.handle.net/10079/5e259f44-f731-482e-9ea6-acd0f8ae79ec. ISPS Data Archive.
2018-05 - 2019-03
Unit of observation:
2448 in Experiment 1; 1075 in Experiment 2.
Experiment 1 survey data were collected using Lucid; Experiment 2 survey data were collected using Amazon’s Mechanical Turk.
In Experiment 1, 1,650 respondents were randomized into the Employment-Health survey, and the remaining 798 were allocated to a supplementary survey. For the Employment-Health survey, respondents were randomized into one of the six treatment conditions with equal probability. In Experiment 2, the assignment mechanism allocated each respondent into the treatment conditions with equal probability.
There are six possible treatment conditions in Experiment 1 from the possible combinations of two Health Treatments and three Employment Treatments. There are two main randomizations that occur in Experiment 2: Policy Treatment and Recipient Treatment.
Blame: Illness,Blame: Insurance,Deserving: Federal,Deserving: Medicaid,Burden of costs,Support for expansion,Support for Medicaid,Willing to pay more in tax,Support work reqs,Burden of work reqs
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