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Ideological groups are distinct from single issue groups in
a. the number of issues with which they are concerned.
b. the intensity of their members’ opinions.
c. their tendency to get involved in election campaigns.
d. that members do not seek to influence the political process
IS B OR D ?THANK YOU:))))))

  • american government -

    I'd say all of the above!! B seems to be the strongest one, but other teachers may have further ideas for you.

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    Try some of the following links:

    http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mcafee&p=how+ideological+groups+differ+from+sin+gle+issue+groups

    Sra

  • American government -

    I vote for A.

    An ideological group -- is concerned with several issues, and may be considered libertarian, conservative, liberal, etc. A single-issue group is one that is concerned with something like abortion, the income tax, education, etc.

  • American government -

    After re-reading the question, I agree with Ms. Sue.

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    YES A IS CORRECT ANSWER:)))))))

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