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The validity of public opinions polls may be affected by several factors,including
A.poll overrepresentation of the views of a political elite.
B.the fact that public opinion tends to be relatively stable over time.
C.the wording of questions on a poll.
d.poll overrespresentation of political culture factors such as liberty and civic duty.
e.excessive polling in certain parts of the country.

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