We Gave This USA Trivia Quiz To 50 Americans & Only 4 Passed. Can You?

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How well do you know the history and events that shaped the United States? Take this quiz to find out!

 Jul 15, 2018
1 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Who was the first president to live in the White House?
George W. Bush
Thomas Jefferson
John Adams
2 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Which of these is not a branch of U.S. government?
3 of 18Choose Your Answer:
How many Supreme Court justices are there?
4 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Who became president after John F. Kennedy was assassinated?
Ronald Reagan
Lyndon Johnson
Jimmy Carter
5 of 18Choose Your Answer:
In what state is Mt. Rushmore located?
North Carolina
South Dakota
6 of 18Choose Your Answer:
What state is known as the "Golden State"?
7 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Who is the only president that resigned?
Jimmy Carter
Teddy Roosevelt
Richard Nixon
8 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Which of these is not a New York City borough?
Long Island
9 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Who invented the cotton gin?
Thomas Edison
Eli Whitney
Alexander Graham Bell
10 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Who said, "Give me liberty or give me death"?
Patrick Henry
Ronald Reagan
Bill Clinton
11 of 18Choose Your Answer:
During the American Revolution, Redcoats were soldiers from what country?
12 of 18Choose Your Answer:
The city of New Orleans is on which river?
The Mississippi
The Colorado
The Rio Grande
13 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Nevada is nicknamed the "Silver State" in honor of what?
The Mojave
Silver mines
14 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Which state was the last to become a state?
Puerto Rico
15 of 18Choose Your Answer:
What city is the capital of New Mexico?
Santa Fe
16 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Who was president during the Civil War?
Andrew Jackson
Harry Truman
Abraham Lincoln
17 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Who invented the polio vaccine?
Albert Einstein
Jonas Salk
George Eastman
18 of 18Choose Your Answer:
Who wrote "The Star-Spangled Banner"?
Francis Scott Key
Irving Berlin
Scott Joplin
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America is LOADED with stories—from coast to coast, from sea to shining sea, of how the colonies were formed and how the west was won. If you have a passion for the United States, and a high IQ to match, you've come to the right place!

Are you fanatic for America? Do you get into long conversations about how the country came to be and how its decisions and events will continue to affect the world we live in for centuries to come? Do you know the names of the presidents in order of when they served? Do you know the battles waged and wars won and lost? Do you know the inventions that were created in the good old U.S.A.? Do you know what makes each state special? Do you know the culture of the country, from its religions to its people? Do you know why they call the United States a "melting pot"? Just how well do you know this great country, anyway?

If you said "yes" to any of these questions, this is the quiz for you! To find out how much you know about all things American, we challenge you to take play fun but challenging game! Sit back, relax and eighteen questions about a range of US-related subjects on topics such as history, wars, politics and the people that made America! Not only will you have fun, you can show the world just how much you know about the United States too. Good luck!