|1.1 Thinking about and measuring public opinion:
American health care||25|
|5.1 Sample lists for generating generalized and individual
|5.2 Individual and social functions of stereotyping||155|
|6.1 Perceived support for racial segregation||189|
|6.2 Perceptions of majority opinion||191|
|6.3 Perceived ideological differences||193|
|6.4 Some examples of false consensus effects among
|6.5 Unrealistic optimism for future life events||200|
|7.1 Class position and class identification in Britain and
the United States||228|
|7.2 Racial difference in opinion about policies to promote
|7.3 Racial difference in opinion about due process||234|
|7.4 Issue concerns motivating participation||238|
|8.1 Political information among American adults||252|
|8.2 Change over time in public knowledge: The Nicaraguan
|8.3 Levels of conceptualization, 1956||261|
|8.4 McClosky and Zaller's ideological framework||275|
|8.5 Wittkopf's "internationalism" framework||275|
|9.1 Public preference and policy outcome for all
|9.2 Congruence between opinion and policy, 1935-1979||309|
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Book title: Public Opinion.
Contributors: Carroll J. Glynn - Author, Susan Herbst - Author, Garrett J. O'Keefe - Author, Robert Y. Shapiro - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1939.
Page number: ix.
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