The purpose of this study was to develop a new evaluation method for stimulus-driven attention without using special equipment and to clarify the relationship between the score and clinical findings. The evaluation method for stimulus-driven attention developed in this study exceeds the cutoff by the conventional evaluation method, and it is possible to detect neglect symptoms that could not be evaluated sufficiently and potential USN cases. These data were demographic data, the percentage of correct answers, and results of other assessment. These data were collected from stroke patients who presented with unilateral spatial neglect in the acute phase. These data will be used to compare the results of the conventional assessment and new evaluation methods and to interpret the characteristics of the assessment methods in the context of the pathology of unilateral spatial neglect.