Third parties have helped to bring many significant issues to the public's attention. How has this affected the two major U.S. political parties?
A. by keeping them from gaining a majority in state legislatures
B. by allowing them to focus on more mainstream domestic problems
C. by forcing them to address important concerns to attract more voters
D. by encouraging them to choose the most qualified candidates for office
C. By forcing them to address important concerns to attract more voters.Auto answered|Score 1|MrG|Points 2083|User:
Special interest groups contribute large amounts of money to presidential campaigns because they want to
A. help elect candidates who will support their causes.
B. correct the view that they are interested mainly in profits.
C. avoid the appearance of being uninterested in national politics.
D. ensure that their candidate will not have to accept federal funds.
It is: A. help elect candidates who will support their causes. Auto answered|Score 1|vandar|Points 911|User:
Local governments are allowed to place restrictions on the freedom of assembly if the planned gathering
A. is funded by city tax money.
B. is seen as a threat to the public's welfare.
C. is expected to last more than twelve hours.
D. is staged by an independent political party.
Local governments are allowed to place restrictions on the freedom of assembly if the planned gathering B. is seen as a threat to the public's welfare. Auto answered|Score 1|OxTornado007|Points 6409|User:
Why was it so important that a Bill of Rights be added to the Constitution?
A. to establish a set of strict rules for the states to follow
B. to prevent the states from overthrowing the federal government
C. to keep the federal government from suppressing fundamental rights
D. to deny citizens the right to petition the government for redress of grievances
C. to keep the federal government from suppressing fundamental rights Auto answered|Score 1|sipichapie|Points 4722|User:
Technology has increased access to news and information, allowing almost instantaneous news coverage of an event. How does this negatively affect the presentation of news?
A. News agencies are forced to broadcast more unsuitable and violent material.
B. News sources are overloaded with people trying to access their information.
C. Increasing competition among news sources creates too many versions of a single story.
D. News stories have a greater chance of being reported before all of the information can be verified.
D. News stories have a greater chance of being reported before all of the information can be verified.Auto answered|Score .9449|sipichapie|Points 4722|User:
The margin of error is how much a poll number can vary above or below the actual number. A 2% margin of error means that if something in a poll says 6%, it could really be anywhere between 4% and 8%.
Given a margin of error that is plus or minus 5%, it is possible that
A. Hoffman is in first place.
B. Stevens is in second place.
C. Carson is in third place.
D. Gonzales is in fourth place.
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