The Resource Financial Crisis: A Longitudinal Study of Public Response

Financial Crisis: A Longitudinal Study of Public Response

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Financial Crisis: A Longitudinal Study of Public Response
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Financial Crisis: A Longitudinal Study of Public Response
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This collection, A Longitudinal Study of Public Response, was conducted to understand the trajectory of risk perception amidst an ongoing economic crisis. A nation-wide panel responded to eight surveys beginning in late September 2008 at the peak of the crisis and concluded in August 2011. At least 600 respondents participated in each survey, with 325 completing all eight surveys. The online survey focused on perceptions of risk (savings, investments, retirement, job), negative emotions toward the financial crisis (sadness, anxiety, fear, anger, worry, stress), confidence in national leaders to manage the crisis (President Obama, Congress, Treasury Secretary, business leaders), and belief in one's ability to realize personal objectives despite the crisis. Latent growth curve modeling was conducted to analyze change in risk perception throughout the crisis. Demographic information includes ethnic origin, sex, age, marital status, income, political affiliation and education
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  • Burns, William
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Financial Crisis: A Longitudinal Study of Public Response
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  • 2008-09--2011-08
  • 36341
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ICPSR36341.v1
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Financial Crisis: A Longitudinal Study of Public Response
Publication
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  • 2008-09--2011-08
  • 36341
Control code
ICPSR36341.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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