A potentially dangerous consequence of obtaining large amounts of polling data is that… a. public skepticism is likely to lead policy

A potentially dangerous consequence of obtaining large amounts of polling data is that…
a. public skepticism is likely to lead policy makers to ignore valuable polling data
b. constant reports of polling results intensify the horse-race atmosphere of a campaign
c. the Internet has made polling tools increasingly unreliable
d. policy makers are less well informed than the general public about polling data


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