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Attitudes toward Highly Skilled and Low-skilled Immigration: Evidence from a Survey Experiment—Erratum

  • JENS HAINMUELLER (a1) and MICHAEL J. HISCOX (a2)

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In their article in the February 2010 issue of APSR, Jens Hainmueller and Michael J. Hiscox (2010) asserted that they had “conducted a unique survey experiment that, for the first time, explicitly and separately examine[d] individuals’ attitudes toward highly skilled and low-skilled immigrants.” That claim was in error. A prior survey experiment, also published in the American Political Science Review, in February 2004, examined attitudes toward highly skilled and low-skilled immigrants in the Netherlands and assigned respondents randomly to alternative questions (Sniderman, Hagendoorn, and Prior 2004).

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Hainmueller, J., and Hiscox, M. J.. 2010. “Attitudes toward Highly Skilled and Low-skilled Immigration: Evidence from a Survey Experiment.” American Political Science Review 104 (1): 6184. doi:10.1017/S0003055409990372
Sniderman, P. M., Hagendoorn, L., and Prior, M.. 2004. “Predisposing Factors and Situational Triggers: Exclusionary Reactions to Immigrant Minorities,” American Political Science Review 98 (1): 3549.
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  • EISSN: 1537-5943
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