Study: Americans post poor scores on citizenship civics test

A recent study shows Americans fared worse on a test that immigrants must pass to become American citizens. Questions with the lowest percentage of correct responses include those about the U.S. Constitution. The study, by the Center for the Study of the American Dream at Xavier University in Cincinnati, showed that 1 in 3 Americans would fail the test based on a standard of answering six out of 10 questions correctly.

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