POL 102 Quiz #2

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Early voting studies found that ______.

Answer:
a)  persons with high education were more likely to vote than those with low levels
b)  party affiliation and education level determine who votes
c)  In the US there was no correlation between income level and voting turnout
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Question: Early voting studies found that ______.
Answer:
persons with high education were more likely to vote than those with low levels
party affiliation and education level determine who votes
In the US there was no correlation between income level and voting turnout