The condition in which people, although not guarantees equal rewards, expect to have comparable chances to compete for those rewards.
A citizen's capacity to understand and influence political events.
People who say that they have been "born again" and who see certain moral questions as political ideas .
Difference in political views between men and women.
People who have a disproportionate amount of political power.
One who is conservative on economic issues, liberal on personal conduct issues.
One who favors more limited and local government, less government regulation of markets, and more social conformity to traditional norms and values.
One who favors more government regulation of business and support for social welfare but less regulation of private social conduct.
A survey of public opinion.
A sample collected in such a way that ant member of the population being surveyed has an equal chance of being interviewed.
the difference between results of two surveys or samples.
A phrase used to describe people, whatever their economic status, who uphold traditional values, especially against the counterculture of the 1960s.
The lack of interest among the citizenry in participating in elections.
Requirement that voters be able to read; formerly used in the south to disenfranchise blacks.
Proof of tax payment, to be produced when voting; used to disenfranchise blacks.