It’s time for “AP Review Quiz Ch 6”, where today we’ll be taking a look at the sixth chapter of your study books and looking at such topics as the motor-voter programs, European elections, political participation, voter registration procedures and much more. What can you tell us?
Significantly more Republicans being registered.
Significantly more Democrats being registered.
An increase in independent registrations.
A drop-off in voter registrations.
A string of victories for the Democrats.
Near 100 percent.
More than 80 percent.
Approximately 50 percent.
Less than 40 percent.
Less than 30 percent.
Blacks participate less than whites across the board.
Blacks participate more than whites of the same socioeconomic status.
Blacks participate only at certain times, such as during the civil rights movements of the 1960s.
Blacks participate more heavily than whites in protest movements, riots, and demonstrations.
Blacks participate more than whites across the board.
They have been used primarily by antiwar & civil rights activists.
They have become much more common in recent decades.
They are normally not considered a form of political participation.
They have not been especially effective.
They are increasingly less common.
Decreased electoral fraud.
Decreased voter turnout.
Stronger political parties.
A & B
None of the above.
More education, older then 35 years of age.
More education, age younger than 35 years old.
Immigrant background, higher income.
Non-immigrant background, more education.
High income, younger than 25 years old.
The expense involved.
The variation in enforcement from state to state.
Its vulnerability to vote fraud.
The impossibility of implementing it.
Voter objections to identification papars.
Paying your taxes.
Writing your congressional representative.
Signing a petition.
Free adult male suffrage.
Popularly elected presidential electors
Nonpartisan election commissions.
Popularly elected Senators.
Popularly elected House members.
A Supreme Court ruling.
Decisions of the individual states.
An amendment to the U.S. Constitution
An Executive order
The original U.S. Constitution.
A suspension of the use of literacy tests.
The appointment of federal examiners to register blacks in areas where voter participation has been low.
An end to all poll taxes and property requirements.
The imposition of criminal penalties for interfering with the right to vote.
B & C
Their own choice.
All U.S. citizens are guaranteed the right to a ballot written in his or her native language.
These citizens must pass a language test before they are allowed to vote.
Areas must only provide translators for Spanish-speaking persons under the age of 21.
Areas must provide a translator to all non-English speaking citizens wishing to vote.
Areas with many such citizens must provide ballots written in the citizens' languages.
Election fraud increased dramatically in the 20th century.
Fewer citizens were directly affected by the outcome of presidential elections.
Other forms of political participation became less accessible to citizens.
Parties ceased mobilizing mass voter turnout.
The Republican party began to attempt to mobilize individuals who were least likely to vote.
Residential mobility. (they moved a lot)
A & D
Politics is a more simplistic form of theology.
A belief in God helps people make political decisions.
The church provides a forum for differing viewpoints.
It leads to inwardness and thus more political insight.
It puts one in contact with like-minded people.
It decreases turnout.
It increases it across the board.
It increases turnout for minor parties only.
It decreases turnout when third parties are also a factor.
It has no effect on turnout at all.
According to stricter standards than the federal ones.
On the same day as elections.
By postcard up to one month before the elections.
By using door-to-door registrars.
On the internet.
Higher, more important
Lower, more important.
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