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Just a third of Americans can pass a multiple choice “U.S. Citizenship Test,” fumbling over such simple questions as the cause of the Cold War or naming just one thing Benjamin Franklin is famous for.
And of Americans 45 and younger, the passing rate is a tiny 19 percent, according to a survey done for the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.
The article goes on to state the following:
Worse: The actual test only requires that 60 percent of the answers be correct. In the survey, just 36 percent passed.
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— The Hill (@thehill) October 3, 2018
Just 1-in-3 pass ‘US Citizenship test,’ 19% for Americans 45 and younger, some think Eisenhower fought in Civil War, that Cold War caused by climate change, Ben Franklin invented lightbulb. Survey for @wwfoundation https://t.co/Plj28y4zfV pic.twitter.com/mNeIGlP2gA
— Paul Bedard (@SecretsBedard) October 3, 2018
US Citizenship test should be taken by every high school senior and passed as a requirement for graduation
— Carol Thomson (@cthomson912) October 3, 2018
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