US Goverment chapter 4

US Goverment chapter 4 - 1. Public opinion Student Response...

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1.   Public opinion   Student Response Value 1.  is a collection of individual opinions about a matter of general interest. 100% 2.  differs radically in "red" and "blue" states. 0% 3.  typically is unified when it comes to domestic issues. 0% 4.  is best ascertained through straw polls. 0% Score: 2/2    2.   With respect to public opinion, "direction" refers to   Score: 0/2    3.   The measure of the strength of public opinion is
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  Score: 2/2    4.   Opinions are less likely to change when people   Score: 2/2    5.   When little is known about a candidate,   Score:
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2/2    6.   In the months following the 9/11 attacks   Score: 0/2    7.   A child's conception of government is usually limited because   Score: 0/2    8.   Political learning
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  Score: 0/2    9.   Same-sex marriage is   Score: 0/2    10.   Parents influence their children's political attitudes and beliefs   Score:
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  11.   Children are more likely to reflect their parents' political views when   Score: 0/2    12.  
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US Goverment chapter 4 - 1. Public opinion Student Response...

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