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Media analysts differ on the impact that news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of choices by individual editors and journalists determine, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate.

A. news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of choices by individual editors and journalists determine, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate
B. news coverage have on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of individual choices of editors and journalists determine the public’s perception of a candidate to a large degree
C. news coverage have on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the individual choices of editors and journalists determine, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate
D. news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of choices by individual editors and journalists determines, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate
E. news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, though all agree, to a large degree, that the aggregate effects of choices by individual editors and journalists determines the public’s perception of a candidate
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Media analysts differ on the impact that news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of choices by individual editors and journalists determine, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate.

A. news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of choices by individual editors and journalists determine, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate
Aggregate effect of choices is singular so determine is wrong,and should be determines.

B. news coverage have on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of individual choices of editors and journalists determine the public’s perception of a candidate to a large degree
Aggregate effect of choices is singular so determine is wrong,and should be determines.

C. news coverage have on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the individual choices of editors and journalists determine, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate
Change in meaning.


D. news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of choices by individual editors and journalists determines, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate.
Correct choice.!!! subject verb agreement.


E. news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, though all agree, to a large degree, that the aggregate effects of choices by individual editors and journalists determines the public’s perception of a candidate
Change in meaning.
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Media analysts differ on the impact that news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of choices by individual editors and journalists determine, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate.

A. news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of choices by individual editors and journalists determine, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate (Effect is singular. Therefore usage of determine is wrong)
B. news coverage have on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of individual choices of editors and journalists determine the public’s perception of a candidate to a large degree (Same as A)
C. news coverage have on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the individual choices of editors and journalists determine, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate (Individual choices determine public perception. Rather it is aggregate effect. It totally changes the intended meaning of original sentence)
D. news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of choices by individual editors and journalists determines, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate (Correct)
E. news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, though all agree, to a large degree, that the aggregate effects of choices by individual editors and journalists determines the public’s perception of a candidate (Effects are plural. Therefore, usage of determine is wrong)

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Media analysts differ on the impact that news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of choices by individual editors and journalists determine, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate.

A. news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of choices by individual editors and journalists determine, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate
Out.
B. news coverage have on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of individual choices of editors and journalists determine the public’s perception of a candidate to a large degree
Out.
C. news coverage have on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the individual choices of editors and journalists determine, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate
Out.
D. news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of choices by individual editors and journalists determines, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate
Correct
E. news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, though all agree, to a large degree, that the aggregate effects of choices by individual editors and journalists determines the public’s perception of a candidate
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news coverage has on the results of a presidential election, but all agree that the aggregate effect of choices by individual editors and journalists determines, to a large degree, the public’s perception of a candidate
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