Political Strategist: The domestic policies of our opponents in Party X are contrary to the priorities of many middle-class voters. Yet some of these same voters are supporters of Party X and its candidates due to the party's appeals about foreign policy. In order to win these voters back, we in Party Y must prove to middle-class voters that Party X does not represent their priorities with respect to domestic policy.


Which of the following would, if true, most strongly suggest that the political strategist's plan is unlikely to succeed?

 Many in the middle class who support Party X for its foreign policies also support its domestic policies and are fully aware of the implications of those policies.

Most middle-class supporters of Party X care about foreign policy and know very little about its domestic policies.

Long-term domestic policy sometimes conflict with short-term domestic policy.

There are topics on which Party X and Party Y have significant agreement.

Some middle-class voters are concerned about domestic and foreign policy.


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