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What’s Your Citizen IQ?

If we had to rank your IQ as a US citizen, what would it be? Would you boast a genius or above average intelligence when it comes to the US or could you use a bit of work? Take these 12 quiz questions and find out!
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Which was not one of the first thirteen colonies?
Rhode Island
Delaware
Vermont

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Which territory did the United States buy from France in the early 19th century?
Northwest territory
Louisiana
Oregon trail

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Who was President during World War I?
Woodrow Wilson
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Calvin Coolidge

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Who was president during World War II?
Teddy Roosevelt
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Dwight D. Eisenhower

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On which side did the US fight in World War II?
Allies
Axis
None of these

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In which state was the first US presidential inauguration held?
New York
Pennsylvania
Maryland

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Who is in charge of the legislative branch of government?
Vice president
Chief justice
House majority whip

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What are first ten amendments in the Constitution?
The preamble
The bill of rights
The marshall accords

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How many voting members are in the U.S. House of Representatives?
435
562
100

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What did the Emancipation Proclamation do?
Freed the slaves from slaveowners
Gave women the right to vote
Gave Texas freedom from Mexico

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Which individual is in charge of the executive branch of the United States?
The speaker of the house
The president
The attorney general

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Which of the following is NOT a right of everyone and anyone living in America?
Freedom of speech
Right to bear arms
Freedom of religion
None of the above, all are rights to everyone.

C+, Citizen IQ 75

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You're citizen IQ is a bit below average, but that's no reason to get too down and out! Though you may not know as much about America as some, you gave this quiz your all and attempted to learn. There's freedom and success in that!

B+, Citizen IQ 120

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You have a citizen IQ of 120! Congrats, you're well above average when it comes to knowing the US. From the constitution to the history, you understand the events and laws that have shaped America into the country is today.

A+, Citizen IQ 135

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You have a citizen IQ of 135! Congrats, you're pretty much a genius when it comes to the United States. Unlike the average citizen, you know the history, the laws, and the rights that truly matter. There's no doubting that you're America strong and proud to call this country home!
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1
Which was not one of the first thirteen colonies?
Rhode Island
Delaware
Vermont
2
Which territory did the United States buy from France in the early 19th century?
Northwest territory
Louisiana
Oregon trail
3
Who was President during World War I?
Woodrow Wilson
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Calvin Coolidge
4
Who was president during World War II?
Teddy Roosevelt
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Dwight D. Eisenhower
5
On which side did the US fight in World War II?
Allies
Axis
None of these
6
In which state was the first US presidential inauguration held?
New York
Pennsylvania
Maryland
7
Who is in charge of the legislative branch of government?
Vice president
Chief justice
House majority whip
8
What are first ten amendments in the Constitution?
The preamble
The bill of rights
The marshall accords
9
How many voting members are in the U.S. House of Representatives?
435
562
100
10
What did the Emancipation Proclamation do?
Freed the slaves from slaveowners
Gave women the right to vote
Gave Texas freedom from Mexico
11
Which individual is in charge of the executive branch of the United States?
The speaker of the house
The president
The attorney general
12
Which of the following is NOT a right of everyone and anyone living in America?
Freedom of speech
Right to bear arms
Freedom of religion
None of the above, all are rights to everyone.

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