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Unformatted text preview: 10. What types of non-scientific polls exist and what has been their effect? 11. What is political socialization? What institution is the most important agent of socialization? 12. Do religious associations help form political attitudes? Which is most important today in explaining political attitudes, denomination or religiosity? 13. What political views do identifiers with different religious denominations typically hold? 14. What political views do members of different socio-economic groups typically hold? 15. How is geography associated with differences in political attitudes? 16. What is meant by the generational effect on public opinion? 17. What is usually meant by the gender gap and when did it first start to appear? 18. Has trust in government been rising or declining since the 1970s, or has it fluctuated? How so? 19. What effect does public opinion have on policymaking?...
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- Spring '09