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Stupendous Government Vocabulary Faux Study Guide Situation 1. Access: 2. Aggregate partisanship: 3. Aggregate public opinion: 4. Air wars: 5. Ambivalence: 6. American National Election Study: 7. Analyzing and interpreting polls: 8. Attitude: 9. Australian ballot: 10. Broken Promises: 11. Bullshit: 12. Business cycles: 13. Candidate: 14. Caucus: 15. Cognitive shortcut: 16. Collective action: 17. Comparative turnout: 18. Conservative: 19. Coordinated spending: 20. Core Values: 21. Democratic Party: 22. Dependent variable: 23. Directional voting: 24. Divided government:
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25. Duverger’s Law: 26. Dynamic representation: 27. Economic prospection’s: 28. Economic retrospections: 29. Economic voting: 30. Electoral connection: 31. Endogenous institutions: 32. Focus group: 33. Forecasting: 34. Framing: 35. Fusion tickets: 36. Grassroots lobbying: 37. Gut rationality: 38. Hypothesis: 39. Ideology: 40. Ignorant voters: 41. Independent spending: 42. Independent variable: 43. Insider tactics: 44. Issue Publics: 45. Issue Voting: 46. Liberal: 47. Lies: 48. Lobbying influence: 49. Lobbying lobbyist:
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50. “low cost, low benefit activity”: definition of voting
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