Asked by Heather Ly Martos on Jul 10, 2024



What is interest group politics?

Interest Group Politics

involves organized groups that seek to influence public policy and government decisions without seeking electoral office, often through lobbying and advocacy.

  • Assess the multitude of strategies that interest groups use to sway government policy and their ramifications.

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Vianca Andrea

7 days ago

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Interest group politics is any attempt by an organization to influence the policies of government through normal extra electoral channels, such as lobbying, writing letters, testifying before legislative committees, or advertising.