*Answer the following questions using the files attached. (about 400 words each)
1. As The American Voter points out, a large proportion of mass publics political reasoning varies more or less between absence of issue content and group interest but are still quite remote from the concept of political ideology. Why does ideology have little values for explaining the behavior of most voters?
2. How does political socialization affect the development of partisanship? Why does political socialization so powerfully explain some groups partisanship acquisition, but not others?
3. Do minorities conceptualize or understand politics and partisanship differently from whites? (For example, partisanship can be shaped by social identity and the sense of belonging)
4. Did Obamas presidency indicate that racial resentment is no longer an issue in the United States?
5. Among Latino and Asian Americans, what are the major factors that account for their non- partisanship? According to Hagnal and lee (2011), immigrants are more likely to be indifferent to politics and less likely to vote. What are the major factors that account for this political behavior? You are free to agree or disagree with them, but please explain your points substantively and use empirical examples to support your argument.
*Answer the following questions using the files attached.