Quiz: Will You Be The First American To Ace This Extreme Political Test?

selena gomez, thumbs up, good, juju, celebs, selena, blue, america, funny face, usa
www.energy103.7.com

Are you up to the test?

How well do you know the politics of the U.S.A.? United States Election Quiz, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Views.

 Feb 13, 2018

1 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Which of the following is the same as monarchy?
Dictatorship
Anarchy
Aristocracy

2 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
What is the difference between parliamentary and presidential democracy?
The court system
Election of the executive branch
Election of the legislature

3 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
How many members make up the House of Representatives?
435
386
100

4 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
How many members make up the Senate?
100
10
200

5 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Which of the following is NOT a branch of the government?
Congress
Judicial
Executive

6 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
What is the right to use an official power to make legal decisions?
Direct democracy
Popular vote
Jurisdiction

7 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
What is the highest law of the government?
The amendments
The Bill of Rights
The U.S Constitution

8 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
A group of people who come together to elect the President is called:
Electoral college
Habeas Corpus
House of Representatives

9 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
The first 10 amendments are also called:
Habeas Corpus
Bylaws
The Bill of Rights

10 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Which branch of the government is responsible for passing laws?
Legislative
Judicial
Executive

11 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Constitution Day falls on _____ every year.
November 8
July 4
September 17

12 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
What is Habeas Corpus?
A recourse in law
An amendment to the constitution
The Bill of Rights

13 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
What is an incumbent?
A politician holding a political office and running for re-election
A candidate from the Green party
The Vice President

14 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
What is the first federal form of government prior to the Constitution?
Preamble
The Bill of Rights
Articles of Confederation

15 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Which amendment covers the right to bear arms?
Amendment 3
Amendment 2
Amendment 1

16 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Which term refers to promoting ideas through pictures, ads, etc.?
Testimonial
Manipulation
Propaganda

17 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
The fourth amendment protects us from:
Unlawful searches
Retribution
Unfair trial

18 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
An Oligarchy occurs when:
The people holding the ruling power make the decisions directly
A few powerful families or people run the government
A person of royalty is in power

19 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
What is the introduction to our Constitution?
The Bill of Rights
Declaration of Independence
Preamble

20 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
What is a filibuster?
Parliamentary procedure to limit debate
A proposed bill from the President
A strategy to delay and postpone action

21 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Once appointed, Supreme Court Justices serve for:
10 years
Life
Until the next President

22 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Authoritative government gives you an exit option
True
False

23 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
The United States is a ____ government.
Absolute
Federal
Unitary

24 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Democracy means rule by the:
The wealthy
People
Royal family

25 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Theocracy is rule by:
The republic
God
The people

26 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Amendments to the structure require approval from __ of the states.
1/8
1/2
3/4

27 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Which is NOT considered part of a free trade regime?
Tariff reductions
Subsidies
Foreign direct investment

28 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Which regime is characterized by loss of power?
Autocratic
Authoritarian
Anarchy

29 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Political legitimacy comes from several sources EXCEPT for:
Tradition
Wealth
Habit

30 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
What is the systematic study of politics?
Political Science
History
Democratic Studies

31 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
What is Capitalism?
An economic system controlled by private owners for profit
A fundamental law of the nation
A principle of a system of checks and balances

32 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
What is the art and science of conducting negotiations between nations?
Favors
Compromise
Diplomacy

33 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Which part of the government is responsible for making laws?
Judicial
Executive
Legislative

34 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
What is Nuclear Proliferation?
Abolishment of nuclear weapons
Nuclear warzone
Development of nuclear weapons by nations that did not have them before.

35 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
A tax that is a constant percentage as income rises is called:
Regressive tax
Proportional tax
Progressive tax

36 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Social security tax is an example of:
Regressive tax
Progressive tax
Proportional tax

37 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
What provision makes the Constitution superior to any conflicting laws?
Supremacy Doctrine
Supremacy Clause

38 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Tax on imports is also known as:
Foreign fees
Tariff
Penalties

39 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
What is universal suffrage?
The right and privilege of all adults to vote for their representatives.
A legislature that comprises a single part or chamber.
The division of governmental functions and powers

40 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
The revolutionary war to prevent foreclosure of farms was known as:
Pensky's Rebellion
William's Rebellion
Shay's Rebellion

41 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
What is Libertarianism?
A political ideology of fully trusting the government
A political ideology of skepticism or opposition
A political ideology of democracy

42 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Goods and services produced domestically and sold or traded abroad are ___
Imports
Exports

43 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Which clause assigns Congress the power to regulate trade?
Trade Clause
Commerce Clause
Exchange Clause

44 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
How many U.S Presidents have there been?
41
44
42

45 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
How is the President of the Senate determined?
The Vice President is appointed as President of the Senate.
The Senator with the most political experience.
The senators nominate a President.

46 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
A constitutional right to reject a decision or proposal is called:
Veto
Special Circumstance
Professional Judgment

47 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Who is the first President of the United States?
George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
Theodore Roosvelt

48 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
How many delegates attended the Constitutional Convention?
55
65
45

49 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
When was the Constitution signed?
1787
1788
1786

50 of 50Pick your answer!

politics
www.lawrence.edu
Which U.S President served 3 terms in office?
Bill Clinton
Ronald Reagan
Franklin D. Roosevelt
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

Ready to challenge your brain? You’re in luck, because we’ve got the best mind teasers, trivia, and general knowledge questions to test how smart you really are when it comes to all things knowledge, education, and more! If you consider yourself a wiz when it comes to riddles, or if you just need a break from the hectic world around you - give this quiz a try! Do you know how much an elephant weighs? Or where the biggest mall in the United States is? Can you sing every song from "The Sound Of Music", and can you figure out how many mittens two salamanders and three kittens would need to stay warm in the winter? If you said yes to any of these questions, then this is the place for you! From quizzes about your hometown to quizzes about your favorite movies, women.com has it all! Looking for a science test? A math test? A grammar test? Or maybe even a nursery rhyme quiz? Whatever your heart desires, we can quiz you on it! Visit women.com/quizzes to check out some of our other viral content, and as always, don't forget to share with your friends! Our goal at women.com is to make people feel good about who they are - and take a relaxing break from the world outside to do something that they enjoy. So take a breath, stop whatever you're doing, and get ready to have a little fun. This three-minute escape is exactly what you need!