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We regret that, because of an error that occurred in the production process, Table 2b in “Do Interest Groups Represent the Disadvantaged? Advocacy at the Intersections of Race, Class, and Gender” by Dara Z. Strolovitch (2006, Vol. 68 No. 4, pp. 894–910) was printed without labels on the rows. We apologize for this error. The correct table is printed below.

Table 2b. Organization Very Active or Not Active, by Issue Type
 % Very Active% Not ActiveMean (SE)
  • *

    Differences in means are all significant at p < .001, except differences between the mean for the Majority issue and the mean for the Advantaged-subgroup issue.

  • Note: Organization officers were asked, “Please tell me, on a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is not active, and 5 is very active, how active has your organization been on each of the following policy issues in the past ten years?” Data in the first column reflect the percentage of respondents giving the answer “5.” Data in the second column reflect the percentage of respondents giving the answer “1.” Data in the third column reflect the mean on the 1-5 scale. (Source: SNESJO).

Majority issue46.316.63.69* (.12)
Advantaged-subgroup issue40.919.33.51* (.12)
Disadvantaged-subgroup issue22.439.12.68* (.12)
Universal issue11.956.81.96* (.09)

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