Understanding Public Opinion


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A collection of original essays by leading experts that explores the sources, content and effects of contemporary American public opinion. The book reveals to readers both the substance of American public opinion and the process of that research. Of particular interest is the focus on the variety that characterizes the study of public opinion, and the attempt to discover where attitudes and opinions come from, how they affect voting behavior, and what impact public opinion exerts on the process of government.

Understanding Public Opinion 1997, CQ-Roll Call Group Books, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9781568021560

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Understanding Public Opinion 1996, CQ-Roll Call Group Books, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9781568021539