I'm using a poisson-binominal logsitic regression model to analyze a list experiment (item count technique) where the outcome variable is a binary response of the respondent to a sensitive item (e.g., whether or not a black family moving next door to you will make you angry). I'm using a poisson-binomial distribution rather than the binominal distribution because the probability of giving an affirmative answer to control items differs across items, hence I'm looking at the sum of independent but heterogenous bernoulli random variables, each with different success probabilities.
I'm interested in explanatory variable A (also dichotomous). From this model, the estimated coefficient of explanatory variable A is -2.275 and the standard error is 0.972 (i.e., the coefficient is significant at the 95% level). However, when I calculate the mean difference in predicted values across two datasets where explanatory variable A = 1 and A= 0 (all other covariates are set to their observed values), the mean difference is -0.093 and the standard error is 0.287 (i.e., the 95% confidence intervals cross 0).
What would explain this difference between a significant coefficient estimate and a not significant mean difference in predicted values?