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AmericasBarometer Insights Series

The Insights Series provides short, pithy analysis of key, policy relevant data gathered by the AmericasBarometer. Normally released every two weeks, the studies are written mainly by LAPOP scholars and graduate students. These reports are used by journalists, policy makers and scholars world-wide. Subscription is free and available by emailing your name to insight@mail.americasbarometer.org.

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IO932: Reducing Inequality in the Americas: What Factors Predict Public Support for Redistribution?

Authors: Pawel Durakiewicz; with LAPOP
Released: May 8, 2018
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IMN004: Improving Adherence to Area Probability Sample Designs: Using LAPOP’s Remote Interview Geo-locating of Households in real-Time (RIGHT©) System

Authors: J. Daniel Montalvo; Mitchell A. Seligson; Elizabeth J. Zechmeister
Released: April 17, 2018
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ITB033: Latin American Views on Abortion in the Shadow of the Zika Epidemic

Authors: Mollie J. Cohen; Claire Q. Evans
Released: April 3, 2018
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IO931: Blaming the Victim: Knowledge of Tuberculosis is Associated with Greater Stigma in Brazil

Authors: Mollie J. Cohen; Heather Ewing; with Marshall Eakin, Timothy Sterling, and Elizabeth J. Zechmeister
Released: March 20, 2018
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IMN003: Measuring Political Knowledge in the AmericasBarometer

Authors: Mollie J. Cohen; Elizabeth J. Zechmeister
Released: March 6, 2018
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IO930: Who Expresses Opinions about the United Nations in Latin America and the Caribbean?

Author: Lachanda Reid
Released: February 20, 2018
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IMN002: Assessing and Improving Interview Quality in the 2016/17 AmericasBarometer

Authors: Mollie J. Cohen; Sebastian Larrea
Released: February 6, 2018
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IO929: Education and Risk Assessments Predict Climate Change Concerns in Latin America and the Caribbean

Authors: Claire Q. Evans; Elizabeth J. Zechmeister
Released: January 25, 2018
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IMN001: Should We Be Alarmed That One-in-Four U.S. Citizens Believes a Military Take-Over Can Be Justifiable?

Author: Elizabeth J. Zechmeister
Released: January 9, 2018
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ITB032: Can Presidential Popularity Decrease Public Perceptions of Political Corruption? The Case of Ecuador under Rafael Correa

Authors: Sebastián Larrea; J. Daniel Montalvo
Released: December 21, 2017
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