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    representation of opinion is given below. Fig.1 Opinion mining basic flow Opinion mining has three basic terminologies on which it can be processed. These are, a. Object: that is the entity or commodity regarding which opinion has to be given. b. Opinion holder: the one who gives the opinion, also known as the author. c. Opinion: the particular statement or the corresponding opinion which is expressed by the opinion holder or the author. Opinion mathematically

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    Question 2 Public opinion is combination of elite opinion, media opinion, and mass opinion. Elite opinion is the informed opinions of knowledgeable experts that may be presented in blogs, university studies, or academic think-tanks. Media opinion is often associated with public opinion; however, a large information gap is present as media opinion is often biased as it is funded by corporate sponsorship. This trend is common during elections, where corporately backed candidates are often portrayed

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    Differing Opinions of Truth Reveal that There is No Universal Goodness As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner is famous for its use of modernism as one story is told from a multitude of individual perspectives in a stream-of-consciousness format. Faulkner’s modernistic writing allows the reader to delve deep into the true emotions of characters and gain a profound understanding of events and intentions. The individual perspectives show the reader the true beliefs of people and the communities that they

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    right to state their opinions. Opinions that may be hateful; opinions that many would consider morally wrong; opinions that are the fuel for stereotyping, discrimination, and the condemnation of things that shouldn’t be condemned. But it’s a free country, right? So don’t these people have the right to say these terrible things, without repercussions? I have opinions on opinions, and this paper is a great way to learn about them. To be brutally honest, most people’s opinions on most things do not

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    differences in nearly all aspects of life. For most people, what is worn and listened to, affects how others are viewed through the eyes of everyone else and is used to express opinions and personality. Typically, 2 people will form an opinion of others within the first 3 seconds of meeting one another. The way these opinions are formed so quickly is, generally speaking, solely because of physical appearance. All too often, in our society today, people are criticized for what material

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    :Identifying opinions and facts.         Identify patterns, qualities and words that express an opinion. There are ways to identify if something is an opinion or  a fact. Opinions have different qualities than facts. Opinions are personal and  judgments. They  can not be proven and opinions are based on someone's knowledge, beliefs,views or experiences.  They are sometimes  written in a first person’s point of view and may differ between people and groups of people. Many opinions include words

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    Public Opinion Poll

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    Public Opinion Poll In A Glimpse Gallup Poll is an organization that conducts public opinion polling in a regular basis throughout one hundred and forty countries around the world. It has a reputation of being the most trustworthy and accurate in depicting the public opinions on various kinds of issues. It is also best known for the accuracy in predicting the United States presidential elections results. In conducting a public opinion poll, the first and foremost important concept is the basic principle

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    The term “cause celebre” is a French phase that means a “famous case”. In other words, it is a legal case or controversy that excites and attracts nationwide public attention, heated debates and colossal public opinion. The birth of public opinion and of a new public sphere took place in the early decades of the 18th Century and can be contributed to the writing and reading of sensational courtroom literature commonly found in the immensely popular memoires judiciaries. Hot memoires and published

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    public opinion in favor of the Democratic Party and may be a swing vote factor in the upcoming 2018 midterm elections. Officials’ Statements, Press releases, Experts analysis and Public Opinion Polls addressed the public opposition of the Affordable Care Act repeal led by president Trump and Republicans. After Trump won the elections and announced his repealing plan, the majority of the Americans voted in favor of the Health Care Law

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    ## This shows signs of being incomplete... look at the end ##### Public Opinion Survey analysis A nonbiased scientific opinion poll is what is known to be the inquiry or the survey created to determine the public's perspective concerning a specific subject or sequence of subjects. Qualified interviewer ask people random questions. Answers are given, and explanations are made depending on the consequences. It is significant in a random sample that each one in the population being considered for

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