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US Government Questions - All Grades

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The US Government questions below are in the following grade levels: Kindergarten
Grades: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 College Graduate Continuing Education
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Grade 6 :: Executive Branch by tdlovelady
Who can use a veto to reject a law passed by Congress?
  1. the Congress
  2. the President
  3. the House of Representatives
  4. the Framers of the Constitution
Grade 3 :: Executive Branch by billycamps
The job of the executive branch is to                   .
  1. make the laws
  2. enforce the laws
  3. interpret the laws
Grade 9 :: Legislative Branch by skwelsh2
Grade 3 :: US Government by TAWright
Grade 10 :: US Government by Kathleen148
Two types of trials are civil and
  1. criminal
  2. jury
  3. voter
Grade 12 :: US Government by CroyKelly
What is the problem with public opinion?
  1. it is often measured incorrectly
  2. it is unsuccessful in influencing public policy
  3. it is the result of socialization
  4. it is often ignored by politicians
Grade 2 :: US Government by cjdolce
Grade 8 :: US Laws and Amendments by abecerra
When each branch of government holds control over the other two branches
  1. checks and balances
  2. separation of powers
  3. federalism
  4. republicanism
Grade 8 :: States by Jopeterson15
Grade 5 :: Legislative Branch by krichards05
Grade 6 :: US Government by tayliffe
What are the three branches of government?
  1. Executive, legislative, criminal
  2. Judiciary, social, criminal
  3. Legislative, environmental, criminal
  4. Executive, legislative, judiciary
Grade 2 :: US Government by cjdolce
Grade 12 :: US Government by CroyKelly
Which of the following is NOT a responsibility of United States citizens?
  1. serve on a jury when called upon
  2. defend the country if the need should arise
  3. pay income and any additional taxes
  4. run for elected office
Grade 12 :: US Government by CroyKelly
Which of the following is NOT offered as a reason for party polarization?
  1. extremism
  2. partisan apathy
  3. lack of education on parties
  4. growing desire for political victory
Grade 1 :: US Government by NellieCF
Examples of responsibilities of citizens include:
  1. respect the rights of others
  2. vote for leaders
  3. help make the community a better place
  4. all of the above
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