What is your age? Under 18 Years Old 18 to 24 Years Old 25 to 30 Years Old 31 to 40 Years Old 41 to 50 Years Old 51 to 60 Years Old Over 60 Years Old What is your gender? Male Female How many rights are mentioned in the First Amendment? Two Five None How many times does the Bill of Rights mention money? One. It mentions twenty dollars. Two. It mentions the motto on coins and their denominations None Do members of the House of Representatives have to be citizens of the United States? Yes, and they must be born in the United States Yes, and they must have been a citizen of the United States for seven years No, they do not have to be citizens. How is the president of the Senate chosen? The President of the Senate is selected by the majority leader of the Senate. The President of the Senate is elected by the members of the Senate The President of the Senate is the Vice President of the United States, so he or she is elected during the national presidential election In what way may the Senate punish a president they have found guilty in an impeachment trial? They may remove the president from office. They may sentence the president to a prison term and/or fine him. Both of the above. Can a member of Congress be expelled? Yes, the House of Representatives can vote to expel members, but the Senate cannot. Yes, the House of Representatives and the Senate can expel members. No, Congress is elected by the people and members cannot be expelled Can Congress vote in secret? Yes, Congress must vote in secret to avoid pressure from special interest groups. Yes, Congress can vote in secret during impeachment proceedings. No, all votes in Congress are public record. Is art mentioned anywhere in the Constitution? No, there are laws about art, but they are not in the Constitution Yes, the Constitution gives the government the power to protect inventions and written work. Yes, the Constitution establishes the National Endowment for the Arts. Is the presidential oath of office written in the Constitution? No, the oath of office was written after the Constitution was ratified Yes, the presidential oath of office is in Article II of the Constitution. Yes, the presidential oath of office is part of the Bill of Rights. What punishment for treason is in the Constitution? According to the Constitution, a person convicted of treason has his citizenship revoked and may be exiled from the United States. According to the Constitution, a person convicted of treason may be executed No punishment for treason is specifically mentioned in the Constitution. Does the Constitution permit states to have any forum of government they choose? No, the states are required to have a republican form of government. Yes, state rights allow states to have any forum of government they choose. The original thirteen states are required to have a republican forum of government, but states admitted later are permitted to choose their form of government. Does the Constitution require that the people vote for amendments to the Constitution? Yes, the people must vote on an amendment before it can become part of the Constitution No, the Constitution can be amended by the Senate with the approval of the President or the Supreme Court. No, the Constitution can be amended by the ratification of the legislatures of three-fourths of the states.