Test: LSAT Logical Reasoning

The Democratic Party, despite being more popular than the Republicans in a recent national poll, will not retake the House of Representatives this upcoming election. This poll does not account for the fact that most incumbent Republicans poll much higher than the rest of their party, the Democratic Party does not have eligible candidates to challenge most seats, nor that recent changes in election laws give the better-funded Republican Party the opportunity to flood television with attack advertisements.

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Which of the following, if true, most strengthens the argument made in the passage above?

Attack advertisements do not disgust voters, making them more likely to vote for another party.

Incumbents cannot fundraise as effectively when their party’s national reputation is under attack.

National polls tend to understate the Democratic Party's advantages.

The election is over twelve months away.

Many members of the Republican Party Caucus in the House of Representatives voted to cut social security benefits.

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