6 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- Studies show that Americans have a much stronger sense of these than other nations.
- A coherent way of thinking about how politics and government ought to be carried out.
- A belief that you are a member of an economic group whose interests are opposed to people in other such groups.
- A belief that one can affect government policies.
- A belief that morality and religion ought to be of decisive importance.
5 True/False questions
Progressive → A belief that personal freedom and solving social problems are more important than religion.
External → Since the mid-1960s, there has been a fairly sharp drop in one of the two senses of political efficacy. Which one is it?
Political Efficacy → A belief that you can take part in politics (internal _____) or that the government will respond to the citizenry (external _______). Somewhat disturbingly, this has recently declined in American political culture.
It has increased → In recent surveys, were Americans more likely to worry that the government would become too tolerant of behaviors that are bad for society, or too intolerant of behaviors that don't do any real harm to society?
Civic Duty → A belief that one can affect government policies.