POS 2041 Quiz 4a



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Political Science


Dec 6, 2023





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Quiz 4a - Political Behavior (Public Opinion, Political Parties, Voting & Elections) 25 / 25 - 100 % Question 1 (1 point) Saved Push polls Question 1 options: are always conducted face-to-face rather than by telephone. are so controversial that very few candidates have chosen to use them. are scientific polls used by the media. are political campaign information presented as polls. Question 2 (1 point) Saved It's the process by which we are trained to understand and join a country’s political world, and, like most forms of socialization, it starts when we are very young. Question 2 options: opinion leadership. political socialization. agenda setting. peer grouping. consensus building. Question 3 (1 point) Saved A poll states that Hillary Clinton will receive 43 percent of the vote. There is an 8 percent margin of error. What do you think of the poll? Question 3 options: It is a good poll and the margin of error is small. It is a good poll and the margin of error is acceptable.
It is a non-representative poll and the margin of error is too high. The poll accurately predicts Clinton will receive 43 percent of the vote. Question 4 (1 point) Saved The values that shape American political culture include all of the following except Question 4 options: freedom. liberty. equality. property. government control of the economy. Question 5 (1 point) Saved Political information provided under the pretense that it is neutral is called Question 5 options: agenda setting covert content framing overt content Question 6 (1 point) Saved It is a collection of popular views about something, perhaps a person, a local or national event, or a new idea. Question 6 options: doctrine political culture public opinion political ideology
Question 7 (1 point) Saved Polls may be more accurate if the sample is Question 7 options: truly random and representative of the targeted population. selected based on convenience. is as small as possible. created after a major political event. Question 8 (1 point) Saved The difference between a poll result and an election result in which voters gave a socially desirable poll response rather than a true response that might be perceived as racist. Question 8 options: The Racial effect The sampling effect margin of error The Bradley effect Question 9 (1 point) Saved They are informal polls that informally collect opinions of a non-random population or group. Question 9 options: tracking polls straw polls exit polls stratified polls Question 10 (1 point) Saved
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