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Table 1.

Determinants of Whites’ Feelings Toward Black Lives Matter

IndependentUnstandardizedStandardizedMulticollinearity
VariablesCoefficient (S.E.)CoefficientStatistics (VIF)
Racial –3.53*** –.423 2.60 
Resentment (.25)   
Racial –1.48*** –.105 1.28 
Prejudice (.30)   
Support for Trump –10.46*** –.153 2.62 
 (2.09)   
Ideology –4.73*** –.244 2.87 
 (.62)   
Income –.17* –.037 1.04 
 (.09)   
Gender 5.28*** .077 1.02 
 (.077)   
Age .08* .038 1.06 
 (.038)   
Constant 118.22**   
 (4.45)   
Adjusted R-squared .63   
1038   
IndependentUnstandardizedStandardizedMulticollinearity
VariablesCoefficient (S.E.)CoefficientStatistics (VIF)
Racial –3.53*** –.423 2.60 
Resentment (.25)   
Racial –1.48*** –.105 1.28 
Prejudice (.30)   
Support for Trump –10.46*** –.153 2.62 
 (2.09)   
Ideology –4.73*** –.244 2.87 
 (.62)   
Income –.17* –.037 1.04 
 (.09)   
Gender 5.28*** .077 1.02 
 (.077)   
Age .08* .038 1.06 
 (.038)   
Constant 118.22**   
 (4.45)   
Adjusted R-squared .63   
1038   

Note: *p<=.10., ***p<=.01. Standard errors are in parentheses. Coefficients are estimated using ordinary least squares. VIF refers to variation inflation index. Values less than 5 indicate that multicollinearity is not severe enough to require corrective measures (see Cohen 1977, 79–80). The descriptive statistics for the variables can be found in the  Appendix.

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