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Q: 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.
A: C. opinion leader. An opinion leader is any person who, for any reason, has an unusually strong influence on the views of others.
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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: C. opinion leader. An opinion leader is any person who, for any reason, has an unusually strong influence on the views of others.
migzptz|Points 7604|

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: 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.
hernandezv86|Points 146|

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 - - -
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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: France and the United States are people free to decide whether or not they should register in order to vote.
Expert answered|jeifunk|Points 9871|

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