"Which Polls Fared Best, and Worst, in the 2012 Presidential Race," was written by Nate Silver.
Most of the exit poll reporting is based on surveys done by the National Election Pool.
ABC News, Associated Press, CBS News, CNN, Fox News, and NBC News are part of this group.
Each media organization has its own analysts who highlight different aspects of the exit poll data.
This is not the same as saying that everyone would make the same decision if they were fully informed.
The paper "Donald Trump and Conflict Extension in American Public Opinion" was presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association.
Ed Hornick wrote, "Boehner Backed Into Corner by Tea Party, Obama," in CNN News on July 26, 2011.
The Organic Trade Association released a press release stating that the U.S. organic sector will see steady growth in the coming year.
There is an idea ofselective incentives.
The discussion comes from the work of Clark and Wilson.
Salisbury's usage and interpretation are followed by us.
"We Are Farm Bureau" is a website of the American Farm Bureau Federation.
Trump promised his appointees wouldn't become lobbyists.
Evans wrote "lobbying the committee."
John Stauber is the director of the Center for Media & Democracy.
The maplight.org/senators-supporting-public-option-got-half-as- much-money-from-health-insurers said that senators supporting the public option received half as much money as health insurers.
There are a small number of groups with large memberships.
The Sierra Club is one of the environmental groups with large memberships spread across a number of congressional districts.
The Electoral College is Hated by a lot of people.
The 2004 and 2008 Pre- and Post-American National Election Studies were calculated.
CNN reported that the Supreme Court is changing the rules on voting.
Theda Skocpol and Morris P.
"Voters Learned Positions on Issues Since Presidential Debates" was written by the Annenberg Public Policy Center.
National Popular Vote is a website.
"In Changing News Landscape, Even Television Is Vulnerable" was written by Russell Heimlich.
"Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable" was posted on March 13, 2009.
The FCC reports that non-commercial radio stations rose last quarter.
11% of Americans don't use the internet.
About a quarter of Americans say they go online almost constantly.
"New Devices, Platforms Spur More News Consumption" was published in the March 19, 2012 edition of the pew research center.
Pollock v. Farmer's Loan and Trust Co.
1 POLITICS: WHO GETS WHAT, AND HOW? WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . IN "HASHTAG ACTIVISM"? What Is Politics? Politics and Government Rules and Institutions Power, Narratives, and Media Politics and Economics Political Systems and the Concept of Citizenship Authoritarian Systems Nonauthoritarian Systems The Role of the People Origins of Democracy in America European Sources of Democratic Thought and Practice The Social Contract PROFILE IN CITIZENSHIP: DAN SAVAGE As the Founders Saw It The Evolution of American Citizenship SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: HOW DO WE ENGAGE POLITICALLY ONLINE? Thinking Critically About American Politics DON'T BE FOOLED BY . . . YOUR OWN INFORMATION BUBBLE Analysis THE BIG PICTURE: HOW TO THINK CRITICALLY Evaluation LET'S REVISIT: WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . ? CLUES TO CRITICAL THINKING: EXCERPTS FROM PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA'S HOWARD UNIVERSITY COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS, MAY 7, 2016 REVIEW
2 AMERICAN CITIZENS AND POLITICAL CULTURE WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . IN OUR IMMIGRATION POLICY? Who Is an American? SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHO ARE WE AND WHO WILL WE BE BY 2050? DON'T BE FOOLED BY . . . BIG DATA THE BIG PICTURE: HOW IMMIGRATION HAS CHANGED THE FACE OF AMERICA American Citizenship Nonimmigrants U.S. Immigration Policy SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHAT DO OUR TWO LARGEST IMMIGRANT GROUPS LOOK LIKE? PROFILES IN CITIZENSHIP: JOSE ANTONIO VARGAS The Ideas That Unite Us Faith in Rules and Individuals Core American Values: Democracy, Freedom, and Equality SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: HOW MUCH DO WE PAY IN TAXES? The Ideas That Divide Us The Economic Dimension The Social Order Dimension The Relationship Between the Two Ideological Dimensions Who Fits Where? The Citizens and American Political Beliefs LET'S REVISIT: WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . ? CLUES TO CRITICAL THINKING: "THE NEW COLOSSUS," BY EMMA LAZARUS REVIEW
3 POLITICS OF THE AMERICAN FOUNDING WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . IN CHALLENGING THE LEGITIMACY OF THE U.S. GOVERNMENT? Politics in the English Colonies Reasons for Leaving England DON'T BE FOOLED BY . . . YOUR TEXTBOOK Political Participation in the Colonies The Split From England British Attempts to Gain Control of the Colonies Changing Ideas About Politics Revolution The Declaration of Independence ". . . That All Men Are Created Equal" The Articles of Confederation The Provisions of the Articles Some Winners, Some Losers The Constitutional Convention "An Assembly of Demigods" SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHO WERE THE FOUNDERS? Large States, Small States North and South Ratification Federalists Versus Anti-Federalists THE BIG PICTURE: HOW WE GOT TO THE CONSTITUTION FROM THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION The Federalist Papers The Final Vote PROFILES IN CITIZENSHIP: NEWT GINGRICH The Citizens and the Founding Competing Elites The Rise of the "Ordinary" Citizen LET'S REVISIT: WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . ? CLUES TO CRITICAL THINKING: THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, BY THOMAS JEFFERSON REVIEW
4 FEDERALISM AND THE U.S. CONSTITUTION WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . WHEN A STATE TAKES MARIJUANA LAWS INTO ITS OWN HANDS? The Three Branches of Government The Legislative Branch The Executive Branch The Judicial Branch Separation of Powers and Checks and Balances Republican Remedies THE BIG PICTURE: WHAT WAS ON MADISON'S MIND WHEN HE WROTE THE 51ST FEDERALIST PAPER What Does the Constitution Say? Possible Alternatives: Fusion of Powers? What the Constitution Doesn't Say: Norms That Support Checks and Balances Federalism What Does the Constitution Say? Two Views of Federalism Possible Alternatives to Federalism What Difference Does Federalism Make? SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: HOW DO WE DIFFER FROM STATE TO STATE? The Changing Balance: American Federalism Over Time Federalism Today THE BIG PICTURE: HOW THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT INFLUENCES THE STATES DON'T BE FOOLED BY . . . POLITICAL RHETORIC Amending the Constitution What Does the Constitution Say? Possible Alternatives: Making the Constitution Easier or Harder to Amend The Citizens and the Constitution PROFILES IN CITIZENSHIP: SUSANA MARTINEZ LET'S REVISIT: WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . ? CLUES TO CRITICAL THINKING: FEDERALIST NO. 51, BY JAMES MADISON REVIEW
5 FUNDAMENTAL AMERICAN LIBERTIES WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . IN REGULATING THE INTERNET? Rights in a Democracy Rights and the Power of the People When Rights Conflict When Rights Conflict--The Case of National Security How Do We Resolve Conflicts About Rights? The Bill of Rights and Incorporation Why Is a Bill of Rights Valuable? Applying the Bill of Rights to the States Freedom of Religion Why Is Religious Freedom Valuable? SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHAT DO WE BELIEVE? The Establishment Clause: Separationists Versus Accommodationists The Free Exercise Clause: When Can States Regulate Religious Behavior? Freedom of Expression Why Is Freedom of Expression Valuable? Speech That Criticizes the Government Symbolic Speech Obscenity and Pornography Fighting Words and Offensive Speech PROFILES IN CITIZENSHIP: BILL MAHER Freedom of the Press Censorship on the Internet DON'T BE FOOLED BY . . . PARODY NEWS SITES The Right to Bear Arms SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHO OWNS THE GUNS? Why Is the Right to Bear Arms Valuable? Judicial Decisions The Rights of Criminal Defendants Why Are the Rights of Criminal Defendants Valuable? Protection Against Unreasonable Searches and Seizures Protection Against Self-Incrimination Right to Counsel Protection Against Cruel and Unusual Punishment SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHERE DO WE STAND ON CAPITAL PUNISHMENT? The Right to Privacy Why Is the Right to Privacy Valuable? Reproductive Rights Gay Rights The Right to Die The Citizens and Civil Liberties LET'S REVISIT: WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . ? CLUES TO CRITICAL THINKING: FEDERALIST NO. 84, BY ALEXANDER HAMILTON REVIEW
6 THE STRUGGLE FOR EQUAL RIGHTS WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . WHEN A RACIAL MAJORITY BECOMES A MINORITY? The Meaning of Political Inequality When Can the Law Treat People Differently? Why Do We Deny Rights? Different Kinds of Equality Rights Denied on the Basis of Race: African Americans THE BIG PICTURE: WHEN THE LAW CAN TREAT PEOPLE DIFFERENTLY Blacks in America Before the Civil War The Civil War and Its Aftermath: Winners and Losers The Long Battle to Overturn Plessy: The NAACP and Its Legal Strategy The Civil Rights Movement DON'T BE FOOLED BY . . . THE MOVIES Blacks in Contemporary American Politics SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: POVERTY, PROSPERITY, AND EDUCATION, BY RACE AND ETHNICITY PROFILES IN CITIZENSHIP: TAMMY DUCKWORTH Rights Denied on the Basis of Other Racial and Ethnic Identities Native Americans Hispanic Americans Asian Americans Rights Denied on the Basis of Gender Women's Place in the Early Nineteenth Century The Birth of the Women's Rights Movement The Struggle in the States Winners and Losers in the Suffrage Movement The Equal Rights Amendment Gender Discrimination Today SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: HOW EQUAL ARE WE, BY GENDER? Women in Contemporary Politics Rights Denied on Other Bases Sexual Orientation Age Disability Citizenship The Citizens and Civil Rights LET'S REVISIT: WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . ? CLUES TO CRITICAL THINKING: "AIN'T I A WOMAN?" BY SOJOURNER TRUTH REVIEW
7 CONGRESS WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . IN THE SENATE'S OBLIGATION TO GIVE ADVICE AND CONSENT TO THE PRESIDENT? Understanding Congress SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: HOW DO WE HATE CONGRESS? (LET US COUNT THE WAYS.) Representation DON'T BE FOOLED BY . . . YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS National Lawmaking Partisanship Congressional Powers and Responsibilities Differences Between the House and the Senate Congressional Checks and Balances Congressional Elections The Politics of Defining Congressional Districts Deciding to Run Being a Representative SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHO REPRESENTS US IN CONGRESS? Congressional Organization The Central Role of Party PROFILES IN CITIZENSHIP: JON TESTER The Leadership The Committee System Congressional Resources How Congress Works The Context of Congressional Policymaking How a Bill Becomes a Law--Some of the Time THE BIG PICTURE: HOW OUR LAWS ARE MADE The Citizens and Congress LET'S REVISIT: WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . ? CLUES TO CRITICAL THINKING: JOHN MCCAIN'S SPEECH TO THE SENATE ON REGULAR ORDER, JULY 25, 2017 REVIEW
8 THE PRESIDENCY WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . IN DONALD TRUMP'S PRESIDENCY? The Presidential Job Description Head of State Versus Head of Government Qualifications and Conditions of Office The Constitutional Power of the President THE BIG PICTURE: HOW PRESIDENTS TALK TO THE NATION The Evolution of the American Presidency The Traditional Presidency The Modern Presidency The Battle Over Executive Authority Today Presidential Politics The Expectations Gap and the Need for Persuasive Power Going Public Working With Congress Managing the Presidential Establishment The Cabinet Executive Office of the President White House Staff The Vice President PROFILES IN CITIZENSHIP: JOE BIDEN The First Spouse The Presidential Personality Classifying Presidential Character Presidential Style DON'T BE FOOLED BY . . . POLITICAL COMEDY The Citizens and the Presidency LET'S REVISIT: WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . ? CLUES TO CRITICAL THINKING: ABRAHAM LINCOLN, EXCERPT FROM SPEECH TO CONGRESS, SEPTEMBER 15, 1863 REVIEW
9 THE BUREAUCRACY WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . IN ROLLING BACK REGULATIONS? What Is Bureaucracy? Why Is Bureaucracy Necessary? Bureaucracy and Democracy Accountability and Rules Consequences of a Rule-Based System The American Federal Bureaucracy The Spoils System Evolution of the Federal Bureaucracy Organization of the Federal Bureaucracy THE BIG PICTURE: HOW THE FEDERAL BUREAUCRACY GREW SO MUCH Roles of the Federal Bureaucracy SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHO ARE OUR FEDERAL BUREAUCRATS? Who Are the Federal Bureaucrats? Politics Inside the Bureaucracy Bureaucratic Culture Presidential Appointees and the Career Civil Service PROFILES IN CITIZENSHIP: JAIME SCHMIDT External Bureaucratic Politics Interagency Politics The Bureaucracy and the President The Bureaucracy and Congress The Bureaucracy and the Courts DON'T BE FOOLED BY . . . POLITICAL CARTOONS The Citizens and the Bureaucracy LET'S REVISIT: WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . ? CLUES TO CRITICAL THINKING: "WHY CORPORATE AMERICA LOVES DONALD TRUMP," BY THE ECONOMIST REVIEW
10 THE AMERICAN LEGAL SYSTEM AND THE COURTS WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . WHEN THE SUPREME COURT GETS INVOLVED IN PARTISAN POLITICS? Law and the American Legal System The Role of Law in Democratic Societies The American Legal Tradition DON'T BE FOOLED BY . . . YOUR DAY IN COURT Kinds of Law Constitutional Provisions and the Development of Judicial Review The Least Dangerous Branch John Marshall and Judicial Review Federalism and the American Courts Understanding Jurisdiction State Courts Federal Courts SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHO HAS BEEN APPOINTED TO THE FEDERAL COURTS? The Supreme Court How Members of the Court Are Selected Choosing Which Cases to Hear THE BIG PICTURE: THE POLITICAL PATH TO THE SUPREME COURT PROFILES IN CITIZENSHIP: SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR Deciding Cases The Political Effects of Judicial Decisions The Citizens and the Courts Equal Treatment by the Criminal Justice System SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: HOW CONFIDENT ARE WE IN THE POLICE, BY RACE AND ETHNICITY? Equal Access to the Civil Justice System LET'S REVISIT: WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . ? CLUES TO CRITICAL THINKING: "WELCOME TO THE ROBERTS COURT: HOW THE CHIEF JUSTICE USED OBAMACARE TO REVEAL HIS TRUE IDENTITY," BY JEFFREY ROSEN REVIEW
11 PUBLIC OPINION WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . WHEN WE MOVE TO MORE DIRECT DEMOCRACY? The Role of Public Opinion in a Democracy Why Public Opinion Should Matter Why Public Opinion Does Matter Citizen Values Political Knowledge and Interest Tolerance Participation What Influences Our Opinions About Politics? Mechanisms of Early Political Socialization: How We Learn the Shared Narratives About the Rules of the Game Differences in Public Opinion SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHAT DO WE THINK, BY RACE AND ETHNICITY? SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHAT DO WE THINK, BY GENDER (AND MARRIAGE)? SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHAT DO WE THINK, BY AGE? SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHAT DO WE THINK, BY EDUCATION AND INCOME? Measuring and Tracking Public Opinion Learning About Public Opinion Without Polls The Development of Modern Public Opinion Polls The Science of Opinion Polling Today THE BIG PICTURE: HOW WE KNOW WHAT THE PUBLIC REALLY THINKS New Technologies and Challenges in Polling Types of Polls PROFILES IN CITIZENSHIP: NATE SILVER How Accurate Are Polls? The Citizens and Public Opinion DON'T BE FOOLED BY . . . PUBLIC OPINION POLLS LET'S REVISIT: WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . ? CLUES TO CRITICAL THINKING: "DOES 'TRIBALISM' END IN A COMPROMISE OR A FIGHT?" BY LAILA LALAMI REVIEW
12 POLITICAL PARTIES WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . WHEN "OUTSIDERS" CHALLENGE ESTABLISHMENT PARTY CANDIDATES? Why Political Parties? The Role of Parties in a Democracy The Responsible Party Model Do American Parties Offer Voters a Choice? What Do the Parties Stand For? SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHO BELONGS TO WHAT PARTY? Forces Drawing the Parties Apart and Pushing Them Together DON'T BE FOOLED BY . . . POLITICAL PARTY PLATFORMS The History of Parties in America The Evolution of American Parties A Brief History of Party Eras The Parties Today What Do Parties Do? Electioneering THE BIG PICTURE: HOW THE AMERICAN POLITICAL PARTIES HAVE EVOLVED Governing PROFILES IN CITIZENSHIP: DAVID FRUM Characteristics of the American Party System Two Parties Increasing Ideological Polarization Decentralized Party Organizations Changes in Party Discipline Over Time The Citizens and Political Parties LET'S REVISIT: WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . ? CLUES TO CRITICAL THINKING: "THE TRUMP PRECEDENT: THE FUTURE OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN THREE MOVEMENTS," BY BRUCE E. CAIN REVIEW
13 INTEREST GROUPS WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . WHEN BUSINESS GROUPS FACE OFF AGAINST PUBLIC INTEREST GROUPS? The Formation and Role of Interest Groups SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: HOW MANY OF US BELONG, AND TO WHAT? Why Do People Join Groups? Roles of Interest Groups Types of Interest Groups Economic Interest Groups Equal Opportunity Interest Groups Public Interest Groups PROFILES IN CITIZENSHIP: WAYNE PACELLE Government Interest Groups Interest Group Politics Direct Lobbying: Congress THE BIG PICTURE: CAMPAIGN SPENDING BEFORE AND AFTER CITIZENS UNITED Direct Lobbying: The President Direct Lobbying: The Bureaucracy Direct Lobbying: The Courts Indirect Lobbying: The Public DON'T BE FOOLED BY . . . THE DONATE BUTTON "Astroturf" Political Campaigns: Democratic or Elite Driven? Interest Group Resources Money Leadership Membership: Size and Intensity Information and Communication The Citizens and Interest Groups LET'S REVISIT: WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . ? CLUES TO CRITICAL THINKING: FEDERALIST NO. 10, BY JAMES MADISON REVIEW
14 VOTING, CAMPAIGNS, AND ELECTIONS WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . IN THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE? Voting in a Democratic Society The Founders' Intentions The Functions of Elections What If We Don't Vote? Exercising the Right to Vote in America Regulating the Electorate Who Votes and Who Doesn't? How America Decides Deciding Whether to Vote SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: HOW DID WE VOTE IN THE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION? Deciding Whom to Vote For Presidential Campaigns Getting Nominated The Convention The General Election Campaign THE BIG PICTURE: HOW THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE WORKS, AND HOW IT MIGHT WORK PROFILES IN CITIZENSHIP: DAVID AXELROD DON'T BE FOOLED BY . . . VIRAL MEDIA Interpreting Elections The Citizens and Elections A Fourth Model? Do Elections Make a Difference? LET'S REVISIT: WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . ? CLUES TO CRITICAL THINKING: AL GORE'S CONCESSION SPEECH, DECEMBER 13, 2000 REVIEW
15 MEDIA, POWER, AND POLITICAL COMMUNICATION WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . IN LIVING IN AN INFORMATION BUBBLE? Where Do We Get Our Information? The Mass Media Today The Demise of the Print Media SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHERE DO WE GET OUR NEWS? Radio and Television The Internet SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHO PARTICIPATES IN SOCIAL MEDIA? PROFILES IN CITIZENSHIP: ANDREW SULLIVAN How Does Media Ownership Affect Control of the Narrative? Who Owns the Media? DON'T BE FOOLED BY . . . CLICKBAIT How Does Media Ownership Impact the News We Get? THE BIG PICTURE: WHO OWNS (AND CONTROLS) TODAY'S INFORMATION NETWORKS? Alternatives to the Corporate Media Regulation of the Media Spinning Political Narratives The Fact Gatherers SNAPSHOT OF AMERICA: WHO ARE THE JOURNALISTS? The Analysts The Creation of Political Narratives The Power of the Mainstream Media's Narrative Politics as Public Relations News Management News Management Techniques News Management Since Nixon Reduction in Political Accountability The Citizens and the Media LET'S REVISIT: WHAT'S AT STAKE . . . ? CLUES TO CRITICAL THINKING: "THE STRANGE, SAD DEATH OF JOURNALISM," BY MICHAEL GERSON REVIEW
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