Question 15A random sample is ___________.
Question 16“Children don’t enjoy healthy food” is an example of a stereotype.
Question 17Phillip E. Converse, one of the authors of The American Voter, concluded that most voters have non-attitudes.
Question 18Self-identified Republicans and Democrats most often vote for a candidate from their own political party regardless of whether or not they know the candidate well.
Question 19The “direction” of public opinion in deciding whether or not the Ferguson tragedy was racially motivated divided along ethnic and racial lines.
Question 20Scientific polling can accurately measure what people think by sampling a small number of people.
Question 1In order to accurately measure public opinion, the sample should be _______representative in terms of demographic characteristicsQuestion 2Which of the following is a true statement regarding how public opinion is measured?
Question 3Suppose one survey states that Hillary Clinton has the support of 50 percent of Americans and Donald Trump has the support of 48 percent of Americans. The poll has a margin of error of three points. What can be inferred from this information?
Question 4Generally, an unofficial ____________is conducted to see who is leading during a caucus or event.