4 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- The total group from which poll-takers may select a random sample in order to measure public opinion.
- A technique polling organizations use in which several people from the same neighborhood are interviewed.
- Groups that a person comes into face-to-face contact with in everyday life, for example, friends, office associates, or a local social club.
- The process through which an individual acquires a set of political attitudes and forms opinions about political and social issues.
4 True/False questions
Bandwagon Effect → The possible tendency of some voters or convention delegates to support the candidate who is leading in the polls and seems likely to win.
Random Sample → A group of people, chosen by poll-takers, that is representative of the universe that is being polled.
Reference Groups → Organizations or groups, such as labor unions or fraternal, professional, or religious groups, that may influence an individual's opinion.
Quota Sample → A group of people, chosen by poll-takers, that is representative of the universe that is being polled.