Political science notes Public opinion is a collection of popular ideas about a person, place or country, events, or something that might be a new idea. Faith is a firm belief that supports our values and expectations about life and politics. When it comes to the idea that we all have the right to equality, liberty, freedom and privacy is the belief of most in the United States. Attitudes are also influenced by our personal beliefs and represent the choices we develop based on our life experiences and values. Thoughts and beliefs form the basis of opinions. We learn about the society we live in and the society we live in and how we behave in it from different sources of information. Political socialization is the process by which we are trained to understand and participate in the countries Socialize is one of the political documents designed to help citizens understand what to do in politics and political decisions. This information can help citizens decide where to vote, where to donate, or how to oppose government decisions. General support characterized by the goal of political independence, recognition of the fact of government and the rule of law. For example, we mentioned from Washington's program as our first president, but teachers are less able to say that he is a slave. A teacher will talk about Abraham Lincoln's struggle for education as a child, despite the death of his mother and the poverty of his family. If modern liberalism is concerned with and promotes equality, supports government intervention in society and business. Liberals hope the government will provide social and educational services to help everyone have a chance to succeed. Socialism, in which the government uses its power to promote social and economic equality in the country. Socialists believe the government should provide expanded programs and public services such as health care, housing subsidies and food to , education for children and affordable education. Communism promotes ownership of all goods, production and equipment. This means that the government or state must own private property, agriculture, production and business. Liberals believe in individual rights and discourage government interference in life, private and personal financial decisions. The government has to maintain freedom and life, so its main responsibility is to keep the peace and protect the country . • Measuring public opinion and political realities Polls show US politics Facts
Americans don't know much about politics Americans can be knowledgeable about their religion, but how does politics it doesn't matter if it's governed • What Americans value: Political ideology Political ideology: The shared beliefs of politics, civil rights, and the purpose of citizens. Who are Liberals and Conservatives? Conservative thinking is worse than liberal thinking Now about 38% conservative, 24% liberal, 38% moderate • Gender differences: women prefer conservative less than men • There is still a difference in religious ideology Do people think ideologically? Voting Procedures: • Content doesn't matter: Vote for politicians or individuals regularlyhas no ideological content. 22% twenty four%. My Teaching: Evaluating Politics from a 'Rational' Perspective Does School Rule Us? What are the Standards? Chapter Who is the main force? Why do we evaluate the results of our actions?