• anonymous
Interest groups have lobbyists that usually provide misinformation to public officials create political action committees to run campaigns for its members form based on people's shared issues, viewpoints, or experiences make coalitions in order to weaken the voices of individual people
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  • Dean.Shyy
Well, an interest group is just a group of people for a common concern. For a political interest group, they are a group of people who aim to influence legislation. So, you can say that an interest group are advocates who try to influence public opinion and/or policy.

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