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Question 1: In ________, the territorial legislatures of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut are nonpartisan.
United StatesBarbadosUnited KingdomCanada

Question 2: The ________ is widely considered a two-party state, as historically power alternates between two dominant parties (currently the Labour Party and the Conservative Party).
United KingdomCanadaEnglandWales

Question 3: Political parties and factions, especially those in government, are ________ vigorously by organizations, businesses and special interest groups such as trades unions.
European ParliamentLobbyingLobbying in the United KingdomLobbying in the United States

Question 4: This feedback loop happens in a traditional ________ when a voter attempts to represent a negative vote where only positive votes are available.
United KingdomProportional representationInstant-runoff votingPlurality voting system

Question 5: In the United Kingdom, it has been alleged that ________ have been awarded to contributors to party funds, the benefactors becoming members of the Upper House of Parliament and thus being in a position to participate in the legislative process.
PeerageHereditary peerBaronDuke

Question 6: In the case of balanced ________ an individual could in fact cast a combination of for and against votes.
Borda countRange votingCondorcet methodKemeny–Young method

Question 7: This has been an emerging trend in the politics of the Republic of Ireland and is almost always the case in ________ on national and state level, and in most constituencies at the communal level.
GermanyGreeceNetherlandsPoland

Question 8: ________) outlaw formal linkages between local and foreign political organizations, effectively outlawing international political parties.
PhilippinesUnited StatesHong KongMacau

Question 9: ________ is often used for libertarianism or classical liberalism.
GreenYellowOrange (colour)Blue

Question 10: [citation needed] Orange is sometimes a color of nationalism, such as in the ________, in Israel with the Orange Camp or with Ulster Loyalists in Northern Ireland; it is also a color of reform such as in Ukraine.
GreeceNetherlandsPolandGermany







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