1. People with _________________ are most likely to vote. (Points: 1)
high income but little education
high income and high education
2. An ombudsman is someone who (Points: 1)
has the power to grant exceptions to laws.
acts as a legislative liaison.
checks the legal wording of bills.
intervenes with the government on behalf of it’s citizens.
3. The journalistic shorthand “red state” means a (n) _________ one. (Points: 1)
4. Legislatures nowadays _______ laws but few of them ______ laws. (Points: 1)
5. About _______ of US congresspersons are lawyers. (Points: 1)
6. The best indicator of how and American will vote is _______________ (Points: 1)
7. Typically most working days legislative chambers are (Points: 1)
engaged in debate.
listening to speeches.
8. Contrary to the intentions of the Founding Fathers, there is little involuntary turnover in the US (Points : 1)
House of Representatives.
9. About ______ of American voters call themselves independent (Points: 1)
10. “Party identification” is the (Points: 1)
ability of voters to identify what parties stand for.
ability of parties to identify blocs of supporters.
party an individual votes for in a given election.
long-term attachment of a voter to a party.