I am trying to find a study I read a few years ago, but I forgot the names of the authors and the title of the study. I have already tried to search for the study on Google Scholar without much luck. However, the study was highly publicized at the time. I remember learning about it from Marginal Revolution, and I think it was even mentioned in The Economist. So, my hope is that someone might remember the study.
What I know about the study:
It was an experiment where people were asked to report their political preferences on taxes and transfers twice: once before they were given information about where they stand in the income (or possibly wealth) distribution, and once after.
The study's results indicated that once people learned where they stood in the income distribution, their preferences shifted towards lower taxes and less redistribution.
I know the study had to have been conducted after 2009 because it's not possible that I read it before that, I wasn't interested in economics before then.
I think the study was conducted in one of the Scandinavian countries. I'm not entirely sure anymore, but I remember it was some developed country in northern Europe or America.
Does anyone know which study this could be?