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Rapid urbanization is among the major processes affecting the developing world. The influx of internal migrants to cities frequently provokes antagonism on the part of long-term residents, manifested in labor-market discrimination, political nativism, and even violence. We implemented a novel, face-to-face survey experiment on a representative sample of the population of Mumbai to elucidate the causes of anti-migrant hostility. Our findings point to the centrality of material self-interest indoi:10.1111/ajps.12276 fatcat:o2pkpgoti5egbkpe2uv7g4qpim