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Public opinion is most overtly expressed and measured during: a. a national emergency c. a war b. a national scandal d. an election
d. an election
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User: Public opinion is most overtly expressed and measured during: a. a national emergency c. a war b. a national scandal d. an election

Weegy: d. an election
Expert answered|wedwards123|Points 40|

User: "Universe" is a term used to describe a. a politician's constituency. b. the entire group of persons sampled in a given poll. c. the entire group of persons whose opinions a poll seeks to measure. d. the group that supports the activities of an interest group.

Weegy: "Universe" is a term used to describe c.a group of people whose opinions a poll seeks to measure
Expert answered|Marvel2|Points 669|

User: Which of the following would NOT be considered by professional pollsters to be a valid way in which to conduct a poll? a. interviewing just 1,500 people to measure how the nation’s entire adult population feels about an issue b. asking respondents: “Do you think innocent children should be put in the streets by closing the city’s orphanage?” c. interviewing an entire sample over the telephone d. making sure the pollster doing face-to-face interviews is dressed neatly and speaks respectfully

Weegy: Which of the following would NOT be considered by professional pollsters to be a valid way in which to conduct a poll? a. interviewing just 1,500 people to measure how the nation’s entire adult population feels about an issue
Expert answered|Marvel2|Points 669|

User: If the universe to be measured is quite small, which of the following steps in the polling process can be eliminated? a. defining the universe b. constructing a sample c. preparing valid questions d. select and control how the poll will be taken

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