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Chapter 6:True/False

True/False: Most Americans view cultural diversity as one of the most appealing aspects of their society. True.
True/False: The census is basically a procedural requirement tht creates very little controversy. False.
True/False: The Hispanics in the United States tend to be concentrated in the cities. True.
True/False: By the year 2040, the Social Security system will be solvent and self-sufficient. False.
True/False: The process of acquiring political orientations is called political socialization. True.
True/ False: Public opinion polling is almost exclusively an American phenomenon. False.
True/False: Exit polls allow television networks to project all but very close races before the polls close. True.
True/False: No significant difference has ever been found between the ideological orientations of men and women. False.
True/False: Election results often indicate the movement of the public either to the left or right. False.
True/False: Protest is a form of political participation the loses its effectiveness because the media are unwilling to cover unusual activities. False.
True/False: Nearly every study of participation in America has concluded that citizens of higher social and economic status participate more in politics. True.
True/False: Even if people only vote according to the nature of the times with no knowledge of the issues, they are holding public officials accountable for their actions. True.
Created by: NickThePKK