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# However much United States voters may agree that there is

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However much United States voters may agree that there is [#permalink]

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However much United States voters may agree that there is waste in government and that the government as a whole spends beyond its means, it is difficult to find broad support for a movement toward a minimal state

a ....
b Despite the agreement among United Sates voters to the fact
c Although United Sates Voters agree
d Even though United States voters agree
c There is agreement among United States voters that

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29 Sep 2008, 20:00
bigtreezl wrote:
However much United States voters may agree that there is waste in government and that the government as a whole spends beyond its means, it is difficult to find broad support for a movement toward a minimal state

a ....
b Despite the agreement among United Sates voters to the fact
c Although United Sates Voters agree
d Even though United States voters agree
c There is agreement among United States voters that

B C D & E remove may and change the meaning from possibility to certainty.

A is correct
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29 Sep 2008, 20:44
agree must be followed by that. This leaves only A and E.
A is better than E
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30 Sep 2008, 10:52
A,

because B and C has spelling issues. jk
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03 Oct 2008, 07:02
We need "that", so only A and E remain. A is correct since the two parts of the passage are in contrast.
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05 Oct 2008, 06:00
bigtreezl wrote:
However much United States voters may agree that there is waste in government and that the government as a whole spends beyond its means, it is difficult to find broad support for a movement toward a minimal state

a ....
b Despite the agreement among United Sates voters to the fact
c Although United Sates Voters agree
d Even though United States voters agree
c There is agreement among United States voters that

A righlty takes into account the number of voters who agree ....
Othrs dont hence A is the answer !!!
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05 Oct 2008, 13:15
A

One more issue with E is that it removes 'may' which changes the meaning. E says that there is definite agreement but the question stem says that they may agree...

Thanks,
KG

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Re: SC: voters   [#permalink] 05 Oct 2008, 13:15
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