Estudio sobre actitudes ante la inmigración y los inmigrantes en Andalucía, atii_andalusia_2016

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  • Domínguez Álvarez, Juan Antonio
  • Pasadas del Amo, Sara
  • Sotomayor, Rafaela
  • Trujillo Carmona, Manuel
  • Rinken, Sebastián
The data stem from an ATII survey fielded in 2016 in the framework of PACIS, a probability-based mixed-modes panel run by the Spanish Research Council’s Institute for Advanced Social Studies (IESA-CSIC). PACIS comprises people aged 16 or more residing in private households in Andalusia, Spain’s largest and most populous region. The panel was recruited by off-line probability sampling and is conceived as a pool of respondents that are periodically invited to participate in different cross-sectional surveys. The one on ATII targeted Spanish nationals only and achieved a 44.2% response rate (n=1,232), 61% (n=753) of which via CAWI (default mode) and 39% (n=479) via CATI (backup mode). Non-response bias (Groves 2002; Groves et al. 2001) was corrected by recruiting new panelists via CATI interviews with ages 60 and more and with post-hoc adjustment with raking ratio estimation weights based on official population statistics. The questionnaire took about 18 minutes to complete on average (18.75 for CATI vs. 17.46 for CAWI)., Descriptive results were distributed under the title “¿Qué opinamos los andaluces sobre la inmigración?” (What do we Andalusians think about immigration?), The initial dataset was created on 15/09/2016; some additional variables (e.g. for weighting list experiment groups) were included later. In October 2020, some response options were recoded to make the published version more intelligible to third parties; this mostly affected divergent DK/NA options in the CAWI and CATI data collection modes, which were unified as one single code., The study focuses on migration attitudes in the Southern Spanish region of Andalusia, aiming to clarify three main interrogatives: (1) How did attitudes toward immigration and immigrants evolve amidst the context of unprecedented immigration flows across the Mediterranean? (2) Do attitudes toward immigrants evolve in parallel to opinions and attitudes regarding immigration as such? (3) How widespread is anti-immigrant sentiment, net of the distortions caused by social desirability pressures? These objectives were derived from prior research, including various surveys on migration attitudes in Andalusia which serve as benchmarks regarding time trends. The data suggest, firstly, that the so-called refugee crisis did not alter Andalusians’ migration attitudes substantively; secondly, that the (inter)personal component of immigration attitudes is largely disconnected from general impact assessments and policy preferences; and thirdly, that albeit estimates of anti-immigrant sentiment increase in non-obtrusive measurement, generalized antipathy toward immigrants appears to be a minority proposition in Andalusia. The dataset contains 77 columns (=variables) and 1,232 lines(=cases)., Self-financed by IESA-CSIC in the framework of the PACIS Project (PIE 201410E030)., The questionnaire includes the following ítems E0. Nationality (filter) P1. Most important problems (open-ended, multiple answer) P2. List experiment 1 (uneasy situations) P3. Perception on the protective role of the state toward different social groups (5 items) P4. Preferred prioritization in state protection of social groups (1º and 2º) P5. List experiment 2 (antipathetic groups) P6. Perceived positive effects of immigration (open-ended, multiple answers) P7. Perceived negative effects (open-ended, multiple answers) P8. Evaluation of effects P9. Rights from legal immigrants (3 items) P10. Policy to be adopted towards legal immigrants P11. Policies to be adopted towards immigrant workers and refugees (2 items) P12. Attitudes toward different immigration policies (6 items) P13. Sympathy toward immigrant people P14. Social ties with immigrants (2 items, the first one filter) P15. Preference on the place of residence P16. Trust in immigrants in general P17. Perception on the most common migrant status in Spain E1. Gender E2. Age E3. Place of Birth E4 Religious practice E5. Educational level E6. Unemployment vulnerability E7. Employment status E8. Subjective social class E9. Political ideology E10. Social trust, Peer reviewed
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