Propose Ideas for the ANES 2016 Pilot Study

The ANES Pilot Study is currently scheduled to be in the field in January 2016 to test new questions for the Time Series. We invite all those who have innovative ideas to propose them for testing in this study. This study allows for the gathering of evidence regarding how particular questions perform in real surveys. Based on analysis from the pilot study, proposed questions may be included in future ANES studies. The interviews will last approximately 20 minutes, and almost all of this time will be available for administering new questions. The questionnaire will be administered via internet. Proposals received earlier will receive greater attention from the ANES community and are likely to be advantaged in the review process as a result. For more information on how we will evaluate and choose amongst proposals, please visit the ANES Online Commons.

Proposals:

Measuring Race/Ethnicity in a “Post-Obama” Era

Citizens’ evaluations of the fulfillment of election pledges

Untangling Dislike for the Opposing Party from a Dislike of Parties

Voting with Their Feet and Wallet

Supplementing Skin tone Measurement from the 2012 ANES

Individual Listening Styles: Short Form of Listening Styles Profile-Revised (LSP-R8)

Differentiating Discrete Emotions: Contempt and Anger

White Racial Consciousness in the U.S.

The Nitty Gritty: The Unexplored Role of Grit and Perseverance in Political Participation

Reasons for Electoral Non-Participation

Adaptive Personality Inventories for Measuring Need for Cognition and Need to Evaluate

Conflict Orientation and Political Behavior

Support for Diverse Political Candidates

The Need for Cognitive Closure

Name-Induced Race Effects on Political Efficacy Anchoring Vignette Questions

Social Media Questions

The New Identity Frontier: Explaining Public Opinion toward Transgender People & Rights

Dehumanization and the Role of Biological Racism in Politics

Perceptions of Mass Incarceration and Sentencing Reform

Perceptions of the Police and Electoral Politics

Affective Polarization and Partisan Hatred

The Political Consequences of White Sympathy and Guilt

Expectations of vote share in social circles and general population

Fear of Racial Favoritism and Opposition to Black Candidates

Fear of Gender Favoritism and Opposition to Women Candidates

Improved measurement of feeling thermometer questions

Measuring Resentment of Black Americans