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POS 1041 Final Practice Questions 1-10

POS 1041 Final Practice Questions 1-10 - PRACTICE QUESTIONS...

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PRACTICE QUESTIONS CHAPTER 1-10 Chapter 1 1. Since the 1960s, Americans' trust in their government generally has A. remained fairly stable. B. risen slightly. C. fallen slightly. D. fallen sharply. 2. Which of the following is NOT a consequence of the decline in trust toward government? 3. The belief that you can influence how your government acts is called 4. The decline of political efficacy results from 5. Which of the following is NOT a reason given to explain the increased apathy in American citizens? A. a decline in citizens' understanding about politics B. the increasing belief that people cannot make a difference in politics C. an increase in the knowledge about how government operates D. the perception that government is out of touch with public opinion 6. According to the textbook, the United States did not become a fully democratic nation until 7. Low voter turnout and political apathy endangers
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8. Political apathy among Americans hurt which core political value the most? 9. "Politics" can be defined as A. conflicts over the character, membership, and policies of any organization to which people belong. B. the informal, private organizations through which a land and its people are ruled. C. a hierarchically structured organization that is designed to distribute labor among several different groups of people. D. a line-and-staff organization that is designed to facilitate control over complex social arrangements.
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