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4 Row 1, Col 1 The “glittering generalities” technique uses… A.Beautiful pictures to sell an idea B.Words that sound good but have little meaning. C.The faces of famous people to sway public Opinion. D.Soothing music and subliminal messages To persuade people. B. Words that sound good but have little meaning

5 1,2 Democrats…… A.Want the government to provide public Benefits to assist the poor B.Want less government activity C. Believe that public benefits should be Provided by the private sector. D. Are typically backed by small farmers And the business community. A. Want the government to provide public Benefits to assist the poor

6 1,3 Which of the following is not a function of A political party? A.Recruiting and nominating candidates. B.Educating the public about campaign Issues. C.Monitoring the actions of office holders. D.Nominating Supreme Court justices D. Nominating Supreme Court justices

7 1,4 Which of the following is a voting requirement In Virginia? A.21 years of age B.US citizen and a resident of VA C.Passage of a DMV test D.Pass a literacy test B. US citizen and a resident of VA

8 2,1 To be elected, a presidential candidate must A.Win both the popular vote and the electoral vote. B.Win the popular vote C.Receive 270 electoral vote D.Win the popular vote in the state of Florida C. Receive 270 electoral vote

9 2,2 How does the media influence policy makers? A.By broadcasting the state of the union address B.By criticizing the news coverage of other media Sources C.By organizing debates among leading entertainers D.By drawing attention to a particular Issue and arousing public concern. D. By drawing attention to a particular Issue and arousing public concern

10 2,3 Which of the following actions is least likely to be Taken by a interest group? A.Making campaign contributions to a candidate Sympathetic to their cause. B.Testifying before congressional committees In order to publicize their cause. C.Recruiting candidates for political office. D.Lobbying government officials. C. Recruiting candidates for political office.

11 2,4 An organization made up of people who share similar ideas of how the government should be run are? A.Interest groups B.Political parties C.Political action committees D.Candidates A.Political parties

12 3,1 The Majority of Americans are.. A.Moderate B.Conservative C.Liberal D.Reactionary A.Moderate

13 3,2 The president is chosen by the House of Representatives if….. A.Different candidates win the popular Vote and the electoral vote. B.No candidate wins the majority in the Electoral college C.The candidate with the most votes is already A member of congress. D. There is widespread electoral fraud B. No candidate wins the majority in the Electoral college

14 3,3 What type of election has the highest turnout rate? A.Mayoral B.Gubernatorial C.Congressional D.Presidential D. Presidential

15 3,4 Which of the following is not a similarity Of Republicans and Democrats? A.Organize to win elections B.Party platforms C.Appeal to the political center D.Influence public opinion C. Appeal to the political center

16 4,1 Political parties…. A.Organize to win elections B.Influence public opinion C.Appeal to the political center to win Majority support D. All of the above B. Influence public opinion

17 4,2 The candidate needs ____________ to win the Presidency. A.270 electoral votes B.The majority of the public vote C.A majority vote in the House of Rep. D.All of the above A. 270 electoral votes

18 4,3 Which of the following is NOT a strategy to use when evaluating campaign ads? A.Believe propaganda B.Evaluate sources of information C.Separate fact and opinion D.Detect bias Believe Propaganda

19 4,4 The most important function of a political party A.Help candidates win elections B.Monitor the actions of office holders C.Set party goals D.Help citizens A. Help candidates win elections

20 5,1 Third parties…… A.Are not found in American politics. B.Typically revolve around a political personality C.Receive a lot of attention from the media D.All of the above B. Typically revolve around a political personality

21 5,2 Which of the following factors is least likely to Affect voter turnout? A.Age B.Income C.Level of education D.race C. Level of Education

22 5,3 Techniques used to influence opinion are called? Editorials Propaganda Commentaries Ads propaganda

23 5,4 Techniques used to influence opinion are called.. A.Editorial B.Propaganda C.Commentaries D.ads B. Propaganda


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