Are You Smarter Than The Average American?

Most Americans will get 60% of these questions wrong. Will you?

Penelope Green
On Mar 23, 2019

What does the GOP stand for?

Was Christianity written into the American Constitution?

What are the three United States branches of government?

Who is this President?

What year did 9/11 take place?

Are aliens real?

Can you name this country?

What country did America gain its independence from?

What came first, Judaism or Christianity?

Does the Earth go around the Sun, or does the Sun go around the Earth?

Who is the current vice president?

What are the 5 protections guaranteed in the first Amendment of the Constitution?

The first person to own a slave in America was black. True or false?

What is the official national language of the United States of America?

Which State were the most Presidents born in?

Who was the first man on the moon?

The European Union is its own country. True or false?

Where is Mexico?

What language do they speak in Brazil?

Is Costa Rica an island?

All radioactivity is man-made. True or false?

You're by far smarter than the average American

You're by far smarter than the average American

You're open minded and educated, curious about global affairs and the world around you, making you an exceptionally unique citizen.

You're smarter than the average American

You're smarter than the average American

Most Americans didn't know the answers to 60% of these questions.
You might not know every single fact, but you're knowledgeable and curious, always eager to absorb more information.

You're the average American

You're the average American

Your knowledge of your country and the world around you is proportionate to the national average.
You know the most important facts, which is what really matters in the end.