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Latino Barometer Surveys 2017: Differences between social groups

The Latino Barometer Survey 2017: Differences Between Social Groups uses 1 item on beliefs related to extent of differences between social groups like men and women, rich and poor, and employees and employers, from the Latino Barometer Survey 2017, a global survey that aims to explore citizens’ attitudes toward democracy, governance and political reform. Navigational aspects (i.e. skip-out patterns and next question sequences) have not been included on this page but can be viewed on the original questionnaire locate here.

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Geographies Tested: Argentina,Bolivia,Brazil,Chile,Colombia,Costa Rica,Dominican Republic,Ecuador,El Salvador,Guatemala,Honduras,Mexico,Nicaragua,Panama,Peru,Uruguay,Venezuela

Populations Included: Female, Male

Age Range: Adults

Items:

1. In every country there are differences between social groups. In your opinion how strong is the conflict between [each social group listed below], is it very strong, strong, weak or very weak?

  • Rich and poor
  • Employees and employers
  • Entrepreneurs and workers
  • Young people and society
  • Old people and Society
  • Men and woman
  • People from different races
  • Nationals and foreigners

Response Options:
Very strong - 1
Strong - 2
Weak - 3
Very weak - 4
Don’t knowNo answer - 0

Scoring Procedures

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Original Citation

Global Barometer Surveys (2017). Latino Barometer Surveys 2017. https://www.globalbarometer.net/survey_qu

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