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Table 2 Fixed effects regression models on attitudes to government responsibility. Coefficients and significance levels reported

From: A migration effect? Comparing the acculturation of Russian migrant populations in Western Europe to Russians in three former soviet countries on attitudes towards government responsibility

  Standard of living for the sick Standard of living for the old Standard of living for the unemployed Redistribution between rich and poor
Diaspora (versus migrants) −0.0288 −0.0969 − 0.0712 0.215
Natives 0.229 0.406* 0.560*** 0.445**
Age (ref = > 56) ref ref ref ref
 55–40 −0.0674 −0.0955** − 0.0776 − 0.124
 39–25 −0.126** − 0.0752 −0.210** − 0.171
  < 25 − 0.0781 −0.165** − 0.458*** −0.207
Age (ref = > 56) 0.0457 0.0386 0.0616 0.00658
Religiosity (1–4) 0.0191 0.0265 0.0332 0.0822*
Income (ref = 1st quartile) ref ref ref ref
 2nd quartile −0.00386 −0.0243 −0.0999 − 0.0785
 3rd quartile −0.0937** − 0.0620 −0.236*** − 0.160*
 4th quartile −0.0682 − 0.0854* −0.308*** − 0.415***
Education (ref = ISCED 0) ref ref ref ref
 ISCED 1 0.118 0.113 0.298* 0.0802
 ISCED 2 0.0673 0.0932 0.0541 0.152
 ISCED 3 0.0814 0.0836 0.154 −0.117
 ISCED 4 0.0807 0.167* 0.157 −0.0694
 ISCED 5 0.0143 0.0628 0.0348 −0.119
 ISCED 6 0.0455 0.0820 −0.0674 −0.0665
Social trust (1–5) 0,00117 0,0000482 0,0482** 0,0239
 Constant 2.789*** 2.387*** 1.500** 1.345*
N 1401 1397 1374 1285
  1. Note: Note: Based on merging ESS and MIFARE data
  2. *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001