The survey will be taken by British and Europeans residents in the UK, in public libraries in the South East of England and among students at University of Kent. Part of the survey includes a dictator game. Half of the participants will be dictators (always a British person) and half, will be receivers (British or Europeans).
Dictators can be assigned to one out of nine conditions (C1-C9), determined by the combination of the three quiz conditions (“Leave”, “Remain” and “Control”), and the three conditions in the dictator game [(i) giving to someone with an hypothetical “British name” or (ii) to someone with a name associated to a “high-income European country” or (iii) to someone with a name associated to a “low-income European country”).
Receivers can be assigned to one out of three quiz conditions (“Leave”, “Remain” and “Control”), C10-C12.
We expect to collect data on 360 participants, in which 270 are British and 90 are Europeans. To ensure that all dictators are British, British participants will be assigned with probability 2/27 to one out of the nine (dictator) conditions (C1-C9) and with probability 3/27 to one out of three (receiver) conditions (C10-C12). Europeans will be assigned with probability 1/3 to one out of the three (receiver) conditions (C10-C12).