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Past Exam for POLS 34102 - INTRO AM GOV & POL with Smith at Northwest Missouri (NWMSU)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 3
Professor:Smith
Class:POLS 34102 - INTRO AM GOV & POL
Subject:Political Science
University:Northwest Missouri State University
Term:Fall 2009
Keywords:
  • Ticket Splitting
  • Ticket-Splitting
  • Positive Ad
  • Superdelegate
  • Contrast Ad
  • Secular Realignment
  • Inoculation Ad
  • Negative Ad
  • Finance Chair
  • Nomination Campaign
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Introduction to American Government and Politics Political Science 34-10321 & 8 State University Fall 2009 Robert L. Rice TEST 3 ANSWER KEY 1) Which of the following would be considered agents of political socialization? A) schools B) peers C) families D) television E) All of the above. 2) The children of two ardent Libertarians are most likely to grow up to be A) apolitical. B) liberal. C) Democrats. D) Republicans. E) Libertarians. 3) Unscientific surveys used to gauge public opinion on a variety of issues are called A) exit polls. B) push polls. C) tracking polls. D) deliberative polls. E) straw polls. 4) A method of selecting a sample that gives every member of a population the same chance of being selected is known as A) random sampling. B) quota sampling. C) stratified sampling. D) equalized sampling. E) water sampling. 5) Which of the following polls is most likely to help a candidate evaluate the short-term effect of a certain campaign event? A) an exit poll B) a tracking poll Northwest Missouri C)...

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