Why Might Factory Workers in Small Towns Feel a Different

Question 20
Multiple Choice

Why might factory workers in small towns feel a different sense of the stakes elections hold than executives and professionals? A)Factory workers in small towns may perceive a great deal of difference between candidates, noticing considerable change from one administration to another, while executives and professionals feel generally less involved, but still perceive a direct correlation between who wins and their personal fortune. B)Factory workers in small towns may perceive little difference between candidates, noticing little change from one administration to another, and while executives and professionals share this sense of noticing little change from one administration to another, they still perceive a direct correlation between who wins and their personal fortune. C)Factory workers in small towns may perceive little difference between candidates, noticing little change from one administration to another, while executives and professionals feel involved and perceive a direct correlation between who wins and their personal fortune. D)Executives and professionals may perceive little difference between candidates, noticing little change from one administration to another, while factory workers in small towns feel involved and perceive a direct correlation between who wins and their personal income.