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    • Tristen Stevens

      Love British comedy Leading Questions - Yes Prime Minister by limecock on YouTube

    • WCC Journalism

      This video excerpt is very funny! It also makes an insightful point about leading questions as an research technique.

    • Leonard Bruce

      (2.17)Leading Questions - Yes Prime Minister -- This is a clip from my favorite TV show, broadcast on the BBC from 1980-88. It is a political show about the prime minister's office. In this clip the Cabinet Secretary (head of civil service) and the PM's secretary talk about how to achieve the result you want in polling.

    • Brianna Coughlin

      Priming - The activation, often unconsciously, of particular associations in memory.

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