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Today’s Video: Civics Smarts

A recent study found that over one-third of U.S.-born respondents would fail the civics section of the citizenship exam. Even though 97% of immigrants applying for U.S. citizenship pass the test, 75% of those surveyed didn't know what the judicial branch did and 63% couldn't name one of the senators from their own state.Would you be able to pass the U.S. citizenship test? Test your skills along with these university students via The Daily Californian: Video Source - YouTube via thedailycalOnline Sources - TIME.
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