4 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- A nation's set of fundamental beliefs about how government and politics should be conducted.
- A technique polling organizations use in which several people from the same neighborhood are interviewed.
- A method of polling, considered less reliable than a random sample, in which interviewers are instructed to question members of a particular group in proportion to their percentage in the population as a whole.
- Groups whose views serve as guidelines to an individual's opinion.
4 True/False Questions
Political Socialization → The process through which an individual acquires a set of political attitudes and forms opinions about political and social issues.
Random Sample → A group of people, chosen by poll-takers, that is representative of the universe that is being polled.
Secondary Groups → Organizations or groups, such as labor unions or fraternal, professional, or religious groups, that may influence an individual's opinion.
Public Opinion → Polls taken as people leave voting place. In the past, television networks sometimes used these polls to predict election outcomes before the polls close. In 1992, the television networks agreed not to project the winner in a state until the majority of the polls had closed in the state.