a. government at all levels.
b. the national government.
c. state governments.
d. local police forces.
2. When the results of preelection Gallup polls are compared to actual presidential election results, which of the following is true?
a. Polls are usually within three percentage points of the actual vote.
b. Polls usually vary widely in their predictions from the actual vote.
c. The actual vote will be close to the poll's result only if the poll sample size is larger than one million.
d. In almost every instance, the results of the poll are the direct opposite of the actual vote.
e. Most every poll has a liberal bias, when compared to the actual vote.