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In a poll released September 16, Gallup found that nearly twice as many Americans believe that there is too much government regulation of business and industry" than those who believe there is too little

A. released September 16, Gallup found that nearly twice as many Americans believe that there is too much government regulation of business and industry than those who believe
B. released September 16, Gallup found that nearly twice as many Americans believe that there is too much government regulation of business and industry as believe
C. released September 16, Gallup found that nearly twice as many Americans believe that there is too much government regulation of business and industry as to believe
D. that was released September 16, Gallup found that nearly double the Americans believe that there has been too much government regulation of business and industry than believing
E. that was released September 16, Gallup found that nearly twice as many Americans believe that there is too much government regulation of business and industry as those believing

ellispse redudant -> "believe" can only be used as an action of people, particularly Americans in this question. Also, D is wordy, "that was" should be redudant as well.

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In a poll released September 16, Gallup found that nearly twice as many Americans believe that there is too much government regulation of business and industry" than those who believe there is too little

A. released September 16, Gallup found that nearly twice as many Americans believe that there is too much government regulation of business and industry than those who believe
B. released September 16, Gallup found that nearly twice as many Americans believe that there is too much government regulation of business and industry as believe
C. released September 16, Gallup found that nearly twice as many Americans believe that there is too much government regulation of business and industry as to believe
D. that was released September 16, Gallup found that nearly double the Americans believe that there has been too much government regulation of business and industry than believing
E. that was released September 16, Gallup found that nearly twice as many Americans believe that there is too much government regulation of business and industry as those believing

ellispse redudant -> "believe" can only be used as an action of people, particularly Americans in this question. Also, D is wordy, "that was" should be redudant as well.



Hi..
Just knowledge of idiom "as many as" can get you to correct answer.
Only B and C follow proper idiom - as many as..
Correct PARALLELISM - as many Americans believe X as believe Y..
Answer - B

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