AP United States Government and Politics Practice Test 29

1. The original intent of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution as interpreted by the Supreme Court was to

2. Historically, the approval rating of the president usually

3. All of the following steps are characteristic of the lawmaking process EXCEPT

4. The use of racial quotas was made illegal in the United States as a direct result of the

5. A primary election in which voters from one political party can cross over to express their choice for a candidate from another party is called

6. All of the following is true about the 2010 census EXCEPT

7. Congressional oversight committees have the main purpose of

8. A criticism of the U.S. census is that it

9. Question below is based on this graph:

According to the graph, which statement is true about voter turnout in presidential elections?

10. The president and Congress have all of the following powers in dealing with proposed legislation EXCEPT

11. Campaign finance reform advocacy groups such as Common Cause favor

12. Supreme Court decisions in the 2000s related to the separation of church and state reflect the Court's approval of