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Single-interest groups try to affect elections based on a. which party is in power at the time. b. each candidate's stand, in regard to the groups' interests. c. the
candidate's party affiliation. d. the broad views of all the candidates
Single-interest groups try to affect elections based on c. the candidate's party affiliation
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User: Single-interest groups try to affect elections based on a. which party is in power at the time. b. each candidate's stand, in regard to the groups' interests. c. the candidate's party affiliation. d. the broad views of all the candidates

Weegy: Single-interest groups try to affect elections based on c. the candidate's party affiliation
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User: The scope of political parties is: a. very narrow c. very broad b. usually focused on only a few issues d. of little concern

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The scope of political parties is very broad.

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