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How do ideological parties and single-issue parties differ from one another? A. Ideological parties tend to be more liberal, while single-issue parties tend to be more conservative. B. Ideological parties focus on certain beliefs, while single-issue parties focus on one main concern. C. Single-issue parties tend to be more liberal, while ideological parties tend to be more conservative. D. Single-issue parties focus on certain beliefs, while ideological parties focus on one main ...
Weegy: D. single-issue parties focus on certain beliefs, while ideological parties focus on one main concern. User: What is the task of a party’s chairperson and the party’s national committee between elections? A. create campaign advertisements B. create volunteer opportunities C. break up the central structure of the party D. increase the power of the party Weegy: The answer C. break up the central structure of the party User: In which democratic countries are people free to decide whether or not they should register in order to vote? A. France and the United States B. Brazil and the United States C. only in Switzerland D. only in the United States Weegy: B. Brazil and the United States User: What does it mean to say voters do not believe they have political efficacy? A. Voters believe their votes will have no impact in an election. B. Voters believe they do not fall in line with state voting laws. C. Voters believe there are too many issues on a ballot to vote on. D. Voters believe they do not have enough knowledge of the issues. Weegy: A. Voters believe their votes will have no impact in an election. (More)
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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
Weegy: The answer is D. the interviewer?s tone of voice User: Which of the following is an example of a public-interest group? A. National Association of Manufacturers B. Change to Win Coalition C. Common Cause D. National Grange Weegy: D. National Grange 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: I imagine the word you're looking for is lobbying. User: The largest number of interest groups is based on A. local community interests. B. educational interests. C. economic interests. D. citizenship interests. Weegy: The largest number of interest groups is based on: C. economic interests (More)
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Why is an amicus curiae, or friend of the court brief, used by interest groups? A. It is the main action that allows interest groups to create public policy. B. It gives interest groups easy access to the President. C. It is the way interest groups can influence the selection of federal judges. D. It allows the interest group to support one side of a case without taking legal action.
Weegy: D. It allows the interest group to support one side of a case without taking legal action. User: As the U.S. moved toward civil war, the Republican Party grew out of A. the Federalist Party. B. the Anti-Federalist Party. C. the Jeffersonians. D. a grouping of former Whigs and antislavery Democrats. Weegy: The answer is D. a grouping of former Whigs and antislavery Democrats. 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 User: Why are Americans considered to be an “ideologically homogeneous” people? A. Americans generally share ideals, basic principles, and patterns of belief. B. Americans have a lot of new ideas. C. Americans cannot agree with each other on politics. D. Americans are all alike. Weegy: A. Americans generally share ideals, basic principles, and patterns of belief. 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 User: Which of the following is an example of indirect lobbying? A. testifying before Congress B. writing speeches and legislation C. grass-roots-led phone calls and e-mail D. contacting White House official Weegy: D. contacting White House official. Direct lobbying means actually meeting with congressmen and providing them with information pertinent to a bill (More)
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