Selma and Stonewall
Today’s fascinating survey time series: for fifty-five years Gallup has been asking people in the US if they approve of interracial marriage. (via Paul Krugman, in the NY Times)
On the one hand: Yay, progress! On the other hand, one in seven people still not only don’t approve but are prepared to admit this to a random caller on the phone.
Thomas Lumley (@tslumley) is Professor of Biostatistics at the University of Auckland. His research interests include semiparametric models, survey sampling, statistical computing, foundations of statistics, and whatever methodological problems his medical collaborators come up with. He also blogs at Biased and Inefficient See all posts by Thomas Lumley »