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Who or what is insider advantage political pollster?
Insider advantage polling is actually polling conducted by a firm called InsiderAdvantage. The company was formed in 2000 by two former political officeholders--one a Democrat, the other a Republican. Both had worked in major national political campaigns at the presidential, U.S. Senate, gubernatorial, and congressional levels. The LLC which owns InsiderAdvantage includes major investors including a large nationalnewspaper chain and a multi-billion dollars real estate investment firm. The firm utilizes a proprietary automated polling system which led to extremely accurate results in the 2008 presidential election. InsiderAdvantage was the pollster for the Washington-based political news organization Politico in the 2008 contest between John McCain and Barack Obama. The Obama campaign reportedly considered InsiderAdvantage surveys to be among the most accurate and most likely to reflect their own internal polling. In 2009, Nate Silver, founder of the popular polling/prediction website FiveThirtyEight.com in a speech at Fordham University, named InsiderAdvantage one of the nations three most accurate national pollsters for the 2008 presidential contest. The firm is based in Atlanta, Ga but has offices and employees in Washington and Florida. In late 2008 it was announced that former CNN president for news Eason Jordan would be joining the company and the firm would launch a new project in late 2009. InsiderAdvantage CEO Matt Towery is a former top strategist for Republican Newt Gingrich and has authored three books. He writes for Creators Syndicate and often appears on national news programs as an analyst. Towery no longer has a political affiliation and despite his conservative leanings as a columnist, boldly predicted wins by Barack Obama in key southern states such as Virginia, North Carolina, and Florida in the 2008 general election. Towery is a graduate of England's Cambridge University and Florida's Stetson College of Law.
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people treat you with respect and kindness if you treat them like you would treat yourself which is to be nice
The main advantage of having a two-party system versus a more fragmented one is the simplicity of forming and maintaining a government. As such, in a 'pure' two party system …(such as the one present in the US) you never need coalitions, the winning party being able to form a government immediately and rule on its own. In a more fragmented system (such as the ones typically produced by proportional representation voting systems), after each and every election you have a period of bargaining and discussions in order to create a coalition (a group of parties) to have the majority and, together, form a government. This period can be relatively orderly managed and short in more homogeneous societies with mature party systems (such as the Netherlands or Sweden), or can be chaotic and take horrendously long (Belgium does not have a working government for more than 2 years, Moldova for nearly 3 years). Further, a fragmented party system will rarely lead to a single party forming a government on its own. All the negotiations will lead to compromises, with no party in effect getting to implement their agenda (what they promised their voters). Further, as parties need to have 'coalition potential' (see Sartori), they will have to make themselves compatible with others, reducing the diversity of their agendas (so voters, instead of choosing between to vastly different parties, will have to choose between seven or eight relatively similar parties). However, this 'compatibility' of parties is also a good thing - in a two party system parties, to attract undecided voters, will tend to adopt extreme positions in certain matters, which, in the end, not only divides the political scene, but society as a whole (see what's going on in the US with GOP vs. Dems.). Note, there are MANY advantages with more fragmented party systems (especially those of a centripetal tendency). You should definitely read Sartori's 1976 book (it's a relatively easy read, and, if you just want an overview, Sartori provides a good set of tables and concise explanations). The book is fundamental in political science, so you should find it in any university library.
in detail the advantages and disadvantages of political advertising or marketing?
An advantage of installing a sense of politics in students is that it can make them aware of issues that are important to them. A disadvantage of politics in students is t…hat the pupils may form values based on what side they lean on.
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i am sure that it will cause demerits that it will make a competition and sense of disunity and factionalism and use so many dirty tricks to win and make and excessive pressur…e on candidates and it sometimes led to fights even murders and thwe people also sometimes become part of this unhealthy competition
Following are the disadvantages of political parties: 1. Lack of internal democracies within parties 2. Lack of transparency, hence leading to few ordinary workers to attain… success. 3. Growing role of muscle and money power In parties 4. Parties do not offer a meaningful choice. For more information refer to page no. 83 and 84 of your NCERT textbook.
The ability to tell people what to and not to do.
As most if not all governments are run by big business, wind energy would be a disadvantage to the mining industry, and any industry which depends upon fossel fuels. Governmen…t would loose most of its income which is supplies by big business. Taxes would therefor go up to help fill the governments coffers. Like most inventions that would affect big business they would be bought out and the project shelved.
pros: its supposed to make every one feel more like they belong, and that we are all equal in society ((wich we are obviously not)) i refer to the upper classes, not rac…e. cons: its destroying social intergration, which it originaly set out to aide, most of the reason for this is people are to scared to do or say anything any more, incase they offend some one, freedom dosent include being able to treat others like crap, equality would stop all such instances, but as we are not equal, you will have to be careful that anything you say, do or even thing dosent insult someone, or even somthing in their family that happend 60 yrs ago...... it will destroy what little society we have left.
No they aren't allowed although the people who support their party can!-Savior15 No they aren't allowed although the people who support their party can!-Savior15
The advantage of a political group is that it aligns people who share views on policy, and gives them strength in numbers. A disadvantage is when people become so entrench…ed in their views they are unwilling to compromise for the greater good.