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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by iSaint, Dec 30, 2006.
From MSNBC. Fifty multiple choice questions.
I only scored 60%. I'm a news 'skimmer.'
50% and I watch CNN maybe 5 minutes a day
EDIT: Oh, and I live about 6000 miles from the US
I stopped taking the quiz after this question:
This isn't news. I see no reason for this to be on a news quiz.
Agree. Not a very good quiz for sure.
Here I thought I was a news junkie, but I got only 84% right. I missed 12, 18, 19, 31, 33, 37, 39, & 40. I'm ashamed to say I got the Britney Spears question right, but my only saving grace is that I guessed.
I don't watch the news unless I happen to be channel surfing, and the first few words catch my attention
Also, some of the stories were mentined on MR
And I almost never watch news.
76%. I missed most of the sports and celebrity/pop culture questions because well, I don't much care about either for the most part.
I gave up when I realised it was entirely US-centric
56%. Not so shabby for a foreigner...
56% not bad for a quiz made up with 80% american questions about senators, golf and britney spears
at least the world cup questions were easy ... especialyl the second one where msnbc simply made up player names because naming 3 other italian soccer players were too difficult
I got the World Cup one wrong!