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true or false? the framers of the U.S. Constitution, in 1787, talked about factions (also called political parties) User: true or false? Political parties are mentioned in the U.S. Constitution in most of its articles. User: true or false? The party in power usually acts as the "watchdog". User: In the United States, a political party is made up of a group of people who a. disagree on how to resolve the basic issues affecting the country. b. work to get candidates elected to political ...
Weegy: In the United States, a political party is made up of a group of people who, B. work to get candidates elected to political offices. User: Congress and the State legislatures are often organized on party lines and conduct much of their business based on what? User: Because the United States has a ____, the only candidates who have a reasonable chance of winning an election are either Republicans or Democrats. User: The two-party system developed in the United States mainly because a. the Constitution established a democratic government. b. conflicts about the Constitution created opposing viewpoints. c. leaders and voters agreed on the existence of two parties. d. it was voted on and approved by both houses of Congress Weegy: The two-party system developed in the United States mainly because b. conflicts about the Constitution created opposing viewpoints. (More)
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Newspaper mail-in ballots hope to predict election outcomes with some success by hearing from __________. a. a large quantity of voters. b. those voters who participated in the last general election. c. a representative sample of the population. d. the most politically active citizens.
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private organization that works to affect public policy in order to benefit its members' concerns User: a poll that tries to assess opinion simply by asking the same question to a large number of people User: One question that needs to be asked before the views of a particular interest group are allowed too much influence over public policy is: User: Polls are taken to a. guarantee the constitutional rights of all people. b. determine people's attitudes and viewpoints. c. further the ...
Weegy: Polls are taken to a. guarantee the constitutional rights of all people. User: All of the following are examples of the difficulties associated with measuring public opinion EXCEPT a. the intensity of the opinions expressed. b. the stability or changeability of an expressed opinion. c. stimulating discussion about them. d. determining the relevance of an expressed opinion. Weegy: All of the following are examples of the difficulties associated with measuring public opinion EXCEPT a. the intensity of the opinions expressed. User: The best example of the use of random sampling to determine who will be elected as your school president would involve a. asking each student in your class whom he or she would vote for. b. asking one student in each classroom whom he or she would vote for. c. picking out a specific number of students as they leave the school, and asking whom they would vote for. d. asking every seventh student on an alphabetized list of all students whom they would vote for. Weegy: The best example of the use of random sampling to determine who will be elected as your school president would involve: Asking every seventh student on a alphabetized list of all students whom they would vote for. [ ] (More)
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