According to a new survey, only four in 10 Americans could pass the U.S. citizenship exam.
Only 15 percent of American adults know the year the U.S. Constitution was written -- and only 25 percent know how many amendments there are to the U.S. Constitution.
Also, 25 percent do not know that freedom of speech is guaranteed under the First Amendment and 57 percent don’t know that Woodrow Wilson was the commander in chief during World War I.
Wisconsin didn't do so well. 58% failed. Illinios had 57% failure and Minnesota with 55% failed the test. How would you do? Here's a sample: