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When someone is being interviewed for a poll, what factor can influence the way he or she responds to questions? A. the number of people being polled B. the amount of data being collected C. the
use of correct phone numbers D. the interviewer’s tone of voice
When someone is being interviewed for a poll, what factor can influence the way he or she responds to questions? D. the interviewer?s tone of voice
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User: When someone is being interviewed for a poll, what factor can influence the way he or she responds to questions? A. the number of people being polled B. the amount of data being collected C. the use of correct phone numbers D. the interviewer’s tone of voice

Weegy: When someone is being interviewed for a poll, what factor can influence the way he or she responds to questions? D. the interviewer?s tone of voice
alfred123|Points 2040|

User: Which of the following does not today fit into any of the four categories of minor parties? A. the Know Nothing Party B. the Green Party C. the Bull Moose Progressive Party D. the Communist Party

Weegy: C Bull Moose
wie017|Points 30|

User: The process by which organized interests attempt to affect the decisions and actions of public officials is called A. grass-roots pressure. B. propaganda. C. lobbying. D. gerrymandering.

Weegy: the process by which organized interests attempt to affect the decisions and actions of public officials is called: C. lobbying - - -
vanilla2bean|Points 4164|

User: A person who has an unusually strong influence on the views of others is called a(n) A. party chairperson. B. peer leader. C. opinion leader. D. public affairs officer.

Weegy: A person who has an unusually strong influence on the views of others is called C. opinion leader. [smile]
Mayang30|Points 803|

User: The largest number of interest groups is based on A. local community interests. B. educational interests. C. economic interests. D. citizenship interests.

Weegy: C. economic interests.
philliphughes|Points 130|

User: Media impact has become an important fact of electoral politics. Which of the following explains the limits of the media’s influence on public attitudes about politics? A. Candidates rely mostly on their party organizations for public exposure. B. Voters are already well informed and aren’t influenced by the media. C. People generally watch, listen, and read sources that agree with their own viewpoints. D. Media sources fail to project positive images of people seeking public office.

Weegy: The answer is C. People generally watch, listen, and read sources that agree with their own viewpoints.
Butterflybaby|Points 1069|

User: Which of the following was an idea that began as a minor party issue? A. states’ rights B. New Deal programs C. voting rights for women D. strong national government



Weegy: C. VOTING RIGHTS FOR WOMEN was an idea that began as a minor party issue.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 47977|

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