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When party loyalists select the candidates of their party, they vote a

propaganda ticket.
straight-party ticket.
cross-pressured vote.
landslide.

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    straight-party ticket.

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    These voters are caught between conflicting issues.

    young voters
    independent voters
    strong party voters
    cross-pressured voters

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    I'll be glad to check your answer.

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    Cross pressured v?

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    Right.

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