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26. A highbrow tone
a. generally influences a mass audience.
b. tends to be entertaining.
c. takes its subject matter seriously.
d. appeals to a very limited audience.
27. A typical sound bite is not
a. 10 seconds or less.
b. convenient for media broadcasts.
c. a serious idea expressed at length.
d. a pithy, quotable statement.
28. Which of the following was NOT favored by the Democratic-Republicans during the first party era?
a. A weak central government
b. Popular elections
c. Government by elites
d. States’ rights
29. Evidence suggests that if registering to vote were easier, voter turnout would increase only negligibly because of voter apathy.
30. What is the turnout in general elections in the United States?
31. Which group has the highest voting percentage?
a. Those with less than a high school education
b. Those with only a high school education
c. Those with only 1-3 years of college education
d. College graduates
32. Which constitutional amendment gave women the right to vote?
33. The party platform is essentially a ballot, regarding important governmental issues, that party members must vote on before it becomes official.
34. The Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act is commonly called the __________, after its two main Senate sponsors.
a. Sykes-Picot Act
b. Smoot-Hawley Act
c. McCain-Feingold Act
d. Gramm-Rudman Act
35. To meet the constitutional qualifications to become president, a candidate must be at least how many years old?
36. Presidential candidates must attend numerous fund-raising dinners. Because of the low quality of the food served to them, these fund-raisers have become known collectively as what?
a. plastic-pizza progress
b. rubber-chicken circuit
c. vinyl-meatloaf odyssey
d. latex-lasagna league
37. Which of the following is a name for a powerful leader of a political party, able to control votes and dictate appointments?
a. The Big Cheese
b. A godfather
c. The Main Man
d. A party boss
38. Which governmental entity is charged with enforcing the country’s campaign finance laws?
a. Federal Reserve System
b. Federal Trade Commission
c. Treasury Department
d. Federal Election Commission
39. Which of the following resembles a primary, except that the voting is done in small gatherings of voters, rather than by secret ballot
40. Which of the following is true of the first televised presidential debate, held in 1960 between Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy?
a. Television viewers said that Nixon won the debate.
b. Listeners on the radio said that Kennedy won the debate.
c. Television viewers said that Kennedy won the debate.
d. Both viewers and listeners said that Nixon won the debate.
41. The term __________ refers to a short, quotable statement convenient for media broadcasts.
a. lip service
b. sound bite
c. tongue lashing
d. quick quip
42. The 2004 presidential election was decided by the results in this battleground state.
43. A synonym for “battleground state” is “__________ state.”
b. front line
44. A media outlet would be biased if its reports
a. were written objectively.
b. were expected to reflect its owner’s views.
c. presented all sides of every story.
d. relied on expert opinion.
45. If a reporter relies too extensively on governmental experts,
a. an official view can wind being presented as an objective one.
b. an objective view can wind up being presented as an official one.
c. neither official nor objective views are likely to be presented.
d. an artistic view can wind up being presented as a scientific one.
46. Which of the following is not true of the questions asked in a valid poll?
a. They are asked in a particular order
b. They are chosen randomly
c. They are standardized
d. They are not biased
47. A type of fake poll used to discourage an opponent’s supporters from voting is known as a _____ poll.
48. Candidates often bemoan the widespread use of negative campaigning, but nearly all of them continue to use it. Why?
a. Their colleagues expect it
b. Voters like it
c. It’s cheaper than positive campaigning
d. It works
49. Which of the following activities is not generally a way for candidates to use the press as a campaign tool?
a. Start up a newspaper and use it to promote a campaign
b. Take out ads in newspapers
c. Write guest columns for the editorial page
d. Urge supporters to write letters to the editor
50. In 2007, the Federal Election Commission fined Swift Boat Veterans for Truth and Moveon.org, two 527 corporations because
a. they raised money from foreign individuals and groups.
b. they did not disclose the identity of their donors.
c. they used highly inflammatory language in their political advertisements.
d. their advertisements advocated the defeat of a particular candidate.
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