Americans Know Even Less About Government Than You Could Possibly Imagine

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American knowledge about government is reaching a sad level indeed. The Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania released a poll on Wednesday that shows 35 percent of those polled could not name one branch of the U.S. government. This amount is almost equivalent to the 36 percent of Americans who could successfully name the legislative, executive and judicial branches.

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  1. I guess you could count the fact they have been taught that Fred Flintstone was real and that humans were put on Earth by magic. That probably counts for some “education”,. .. No?

  2. It may be a generation gap since American children have not been taught anything worthwhile for over 30 years. But, before I could make a judgement I would need details on where and from whom the polling data was taken.

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