Chapter 6 AP gov vocab
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Determining public policy questions to be debated or considered
General agreement among the citizenry on an issue
Public Opinion that is polarized between two quite different positions
Difference between the percentage of women who vote for a particular candidate and the percentage of men who vote for the candidate.
long lasting effect of generational events that influences ones political opinions
life cycle effect
theory that age specific attitudes generate age-specific attitudes
info made and spread by the government in a way that government interests priority over candor
The lack of an opinion on an issue or policy among the majority
Person capable of influencing others due to position, personality, or personality
Method of systematically questioning a small, selected sample of respondents who are deemed representative of a total population.
Group of members that share common social characteristics. Help socialization by shaping attitudes and beliefs
Process by which people acquire political beliefs/attitudes
Degree to which individuals express trust in the government and political institutions, usually measured through a specific series of survey questions
The aggregate of individual attitudes or beliefs shared by some portion of the adult population
Difference between a sample's results and the whole population's true results
value assigned to a person based on occupation or income
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