Schuman and Presser (1981, p. 277) report a study in which one set of respondents was asked question A, and the other set was asked question B: A. Do you think the United States should forbid public speeches against democracy? B. Do you think the United States should allow public speeches against democracy?
For one version of the question, only about one fifth of the respondents were against such freedom of speech, whereas for the other version almost half were against such freedom of speech. Which question do you think elicited which response? Explain.