- 18+ aged, general public, 52 nations, 1981-2007
- N = 72000
- Non Response:
- Interview: face-to-face
- Authors's label
- (Change in) Tolerance of outgroups
- Our Classification
- Respondents designated groups of people that they would not like to have as neighbors, using a list that included drug addicts, people of a different race, people with AIDS, immigrants/foreign workers, homosexuals, people of a different religion, and heavy drinkers. Respondents also indicated to what extent they felt that homosexuality can be justified, using a scale that ranged from 1 (never) to 10 (always).
Observed Relation with Happiness
B's further controlled for:
-T1 GDP per capita
Similar outcome for O-Sum if additionally controlled for T1-level of national pride and T1 sense of free choice.
B's additionally controlled for T1T2 CHANGE in:
- GDP per capita
- national pride
- sense of free choice