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# Fewer elected offices to fill would enable voters to better know the candidates. # Jobs that do not carry basic policymaking responsibility do not need to be elective offices. # Lengthy ballots often lead to a drop-off in voting near the bottom of the ballot, called voter or ballot fatigue.

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One reason pressure groups have been criticized is because they can have a corrupting influence on government.

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Why have interest group been criticized?

They try to influence decisions of government agencies, political representatives, or policymakers.

What reason has the US often been called a nation of joiners?

Because of the thousands of interest groups the exist in the US

The largest number of interest groups in the US has been founded on the basis of?

economic interest

How are interest groups limited?

Diffrent interest groups compete for power and influence, keeping any single group from controlling lawmakers and other public officals. The larger the interest groups are the more diverse the interest of the members. as a result smaller interest groups or those less unite people who have narrower aims have been most effective in shipping policy. While large interest groups have membership that provides an impressive financial base, most organizations struggle to pay small staffs. In recent years, however, the greatest concern about the power of interest groups has been their financial contributions to political campaigns...

Would the national association of realtors be consider a interest groups?

Yes. They have been rated 9th on Fortune's "Power 25"- the twenty-five most effective interest groups.

The plural executive has been criticized because it?

limits the executive power of the governor to implement policy

The IMF and World Bank have been criticized as undemocratic. Why?

A reason that the IMF and World Bank have been criticized as undemocratic is because the leading policy makers are industrialized nations. The poorest nations are underrepresented or not represented at all in these organizations.

Why was manhunt banned?

Because of its graphic nature and depiction of violence. Some parents and special interest groups think that they lead to violence in kids (a link that has never been proven)

What has Electronic Arts been criticized for?

Electronic Arts were criticized about the extraordinary long hours that some of the employees worked, they have also been criticized for buying small development studios primarily for their intellectual property assets.

How reliable is Suncorp banking?

Suncrop Bank is widely considered a reliable bank. They receive positive reviews for their consistency, reliability, and fairness. They have been criticized for their high initial interest rates.

What is a cause of concern regarding conflicts of interest in political campaigns?

Campaign financing in the United States has been a major source of concern to the public because it raises the issue of conflict of interest for elected officials in relation to the people or lobbying groups that have financed their campaigns.

What is the role of the interest groups in politics?

Interest groups come from all walks of life and have a passion for their causes. Interest groups use the legislature to try to get laws passed to support their cause, and the courts to enforce laws that have already been passed.