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How is family important in forming public opinion? a. The children will do exactly as the parents. c. The children receive a basis from parents to create their own public opinion. b. The children
will do the exact opposite of the parents. d. Family is not important to forming public opinion.
C. The children receive a basis from parents to create their own public opinion. That`s why family important in forming public opinion,
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User: Polls that seek to read the public's mind simply by asking the same question of a large number of people is an example of a _________. a. random sample c. quota sample b. probability sample d. Straw vote

User: How is family important in forming public opinion? a. The children will do exactly as the parents. c. The children receive a basis from parents to create their own public opinion. b. The children will do the exact opposite of the parents. d. Family is not important to forming public opinion.

Weegy: C. The children receive a basis from parents to create their own public opinion. That`s why family important in forming public opinion,
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