Practice Test #1 for Test #2

Practice Test #1 for Test #2 - Question 1 (0 points) The...

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Question 1    (0 points) The Democratic Party emerged in 1828 when Student response: 100.0% c. Andrew Jackson ran against John Quincy Adams. Correct. Question 2    (0 points) A(n) ____ is a representative from one of the two major political parties who is allowed to monitor a polling place to make sure that the election is run fairly and to avoid fraud. Student response: 100.0% c. poll watcher Question 3    (0 points) Gender gap Student response: 100.0% d. describes the difference between the percentage of votes cast for a particular candidate by women and the percentage of votes cast for the same candidate by men. Question 4    (0 points) Which of the following media has the greatest influence on political socialization? Student response: 100.0% b. television Correct. Question 5    (0 points) Presidential candidates who raise some money on their own in at least ____ states can get funds from the U.S. Treasury to help pay for primary campaigns. Student response: 100.0% c. twenty Question 6    (0 points) The only relatively precise way to measure public opinion is through the use of Student response: 100.0% b. public opinion polls. Question 7    (0 points) A national party committee’s most important duties include planning how to obtain a party victory in the next presidential election and Student response: 100.0% d. organizing the next national party convention. Question 8    (0 points) The ____ Amendment guaranteed suffrage to African American males.
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Student response: 100.0% b. Fifteenth Question 9    (0 points) Solid South describes the tendency of the southern states to vote Democratic after the Student response: 100.0% c. Civil War. Question 10    (0 points) Which of the following statements is not accurate? Student response: 0.0% a. American election laws tend to favor the major parties. 100.0% b. The rules governing campaign financing favor third parties. Correct. 0.0% c. There are institutional barriers to a multiparty system in the United States. 0.0% d. Because third parties normally do not win elections, Americans tend not to vote for them. Question 11    (0 points) A(n) ____ primary is a direct primary in which voters can vote for a party’s candidates regardless of whether they belong to the party. Student response: Percent Value Correct Response Student Response Answer Choices 100.0% c. open Correct. Question 12    (0 points) Which of the following statements is not accurate?
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Student response: Percent Value Correct Response Student Response Answer Choices 0.0% a. Wealthy people tend to be
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