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Because so many people were listening to the poet's political verses, he had become a(n) ____.
Because so many people were listening to the poet's political verses he had become a(n) opinion leader.
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User: Because so many people were listening to the poet's political verses, he had become a(n) ____.

Weegy: Because so many people were listening to the poet's political verses he had become a(n) opinion leader.
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User: Attitudes held by a significant number of people concerning governmental and political questions are known as

User: The most reliable measure of public opinion is

User: The impact of the mass media on the public agenda can best be described as its ability to





Weegy: The mass media can impact public agenda by selectively reporting news and covering only one side of a story.
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