The Immigration Attitudes Inventory is a self-reporting instrument designed to measure perceptions toward immigration. The instrument consists of six items and takes approximately 5 to 7 minutes to complete. Answer choices are on a Likert-type scale ranging from 1 to 10.
Reliability and Validity
internal reliability estimate α = .84, and a principal components viramax rotation confirmed the scale represents one factor, eigenvalue of 3.36 accounting for 56.04% of the variance.
Administration, Analysis and Reporting
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Robert S. & Magaña, L. (2002). Politics, Prejudice and Immigration. Journal of Social Psychology.