- Topics: Social inequality
Social Attitudes Research, India (SARI) is a new phone survey tracking social attitudes over time and experiences of discrimination on the basis of gender, caste, and religion in India. The survey uses random digit dialing to build representative samples of adults across different states and major cities in the country.
Explanations of the variables included in each survey, of various points in each survey that utilized randomization, and questionnaires are below.
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EXPLANATION OF VARIABLES
- Uttar Pradesh (2016)
- Delhi (2016)
- Rajasthan (2016-17)
- Mumbai (2016-17)
- Bihar + Jharkhand (2018)
- Maharashtra (2018)
EXPLANATION OF RANDOMIZATION
- Uttar Pradesh: English and Hindi
- Delhi: English and Hindi
- Rajasthan: English and Hindi
- Mumbai: English and Hindi
- Bihar & Jharkhand: English and Hindi
- Maharashtra: English and Marathi
VARIABLES BY SAMPLE (ALL YEARS)- DOWNLOAD HERE
DATA – AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD HERE
SARI- Training Manual