Jefferson’s supporters formed the Federalist party and Hamilton’s followers became the Republicans.
Jefferson’s supporters formed the Democratic party and Hamilton’s followers became the Republicans.
Jefferson’s followers became the Whigs and Hamilton’s supporters formed the Federalist party.
Jefferson’s supporters formed the Republican party and Hamilton’s followers became the Federalists.
An organized membership that seeks to further its members’ interests through political action.
An organization through which an interest group raises and distributes funds for election purposes.
An ongoing coalition of interests joined together in an effort to get its candidates for public office elected under a common label.
None of the above
Win legislative seats even though they do not win a plurality of votes in elections.
Receive campaign funds from the government in proportion to their support in opinion polls.
Share in patronage appointments which serve as a lure to campaign workers.
Advertise on television.
There are naturally only two sides to political disputes.
The existence of single-member election districts.
The Christian Coalition.
A person’s ingrained sense of loyalty to a political party
A consistent pattern of opinion on particular issues that stems from a core or basic belief
A process of political socialization that takes place through families, schools, mass media, and events
None of the above
Americans overwhelmingly identify themselves as liberals.
Americans are highly sophisticated in their political thinking.
Only a minority of Americans understand and apply ideological frames of reference.
Americans are highly consistent in their political thinking.
Democrats are more likely than Republicans to support pro-business measures.
Republicans are more likely than Democrats to support social welfare programs.
Republicans are more likely than Democrats to support progressive taxation.
Democrats are more likely than Republicans to support progressive taxation.
A strong sense of alienation that motivates them to try to change things.
A strong sense of civic duty.
A desire to use government to help others.
A strong sense of independence that motivates them to try to defeat incumbents.
Those 60 and older
Those 30 and younger
Written by hand.
Supported by political parties.
Will likely cause a decline in voter turnout.
Is intended to further the gains of the Motor Voter law.
Will increase the voting power of poorer citizens.
Was a response to well documented cases of widespread voter fraud.
Prejudice against Asian people and countries.
An emphasis on sensationalism as a way of selling newspapers.
A desire to present the news in an objective manner.
An unwillingness to take editorial positions on political issues.
Their leadership skills
A sudden shift in the vote from one party to another.
Choices based on party loyalty.
Choices based on government’s performance.
Choices based on awareness of the candidates’ positions on issues.