Politics Quiz

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Questions in this Quiz

Angela Merkel is known for being the leader of which nation?

On which day of the week is the US Presidential election held?

Who was the captain of PT 109?

What was the first name of the US President known by the nickname JFK?

Who was Pakistan's President from 2001-2008?

Who was Australia's longest serving Prime Minister with 18 years of office duty?

Olof Palme was assassinated in 1986. Of which country was he the prime minister?

Whose upper house of Parliament is called the Bundesrat?

How many days was William Harrison President of the United States?

Which word from the first inaugural address by Barack Obama was cut out of the speech whilst being broadcast in China?

Which US President said "I cannot tell a lie"?

Kim Campbell became the first female Prime Minister of which country in 1993?

Following Kurdistan Workers' Party leader Abdullah Öcalan's capture, Kurdish protestors took occupancy of which European embassy in London in 1999 with one fifteen-year-old girl setting fire to herself?

Michelle Bachelet was sworn in as the first female President of which country in 2006?

Only one president has received 100% of the electoral college votes. Name him!

Richard Nixon beat which Democratic party candidate when he was re-elected as the President of the United States in 1972?

Sarah Palin gave a disastrous 2008 interview with which CBS journalist?

Several individuals in Ronald Reagan's administration were implicated in giving money obtained through selling arms to Iran to the revolutionary Contras in which country?

Since 1972, the caucuses in which US state have been the first major electoral event of the nominating process for President of the United States?

Until the election of Donald Trump, the oldest President ever elected was Ronald Reagan. At what age did the 40th President take office?

The oldest President ever elected was Donald Trump. At what age did the 45th President take office?

The Secure Fence Act of 2006 authorized 700 miles of fence along what US border ?

The Whiskey Ring involved diversion of tax revenues in a conspiracy and was a scandal, exposed in 1875 during whose presidency?

The year 1992 featured the first debate involving both major-party candidates and a third-party candidate, a billionaire named who?

Theodore Roosevelt was known as the Great what?

To become president of the United States of America you must be at least how many years old?

To become president of the USA you must have been resident for at least how many years?

What is the name for March 6, 2012, the day on which the largest simultaneous number of state presidential primary elections was held in the US?

What is the name of a proposed system to reorganize the state presidential primary elections amongst the 50 states and the several territories of the USA into four groups based on size?

What political party would win control of Congress in 2006?

What theme song for Sarah Palin was first played at the Republican Convention?

Where is John F. Kennedy buried?

Where was George Washington inaugurated?

Which First Lady of the United States has run for the presidency?

Which Presidents chose not to seek re-election?

Which president claimed "We did not—repeat—did not trade weapons or anything else for hostages. Nor will we"?

Which president said "Aggression unopposed becomes a contagious disease" in relation to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan?

Which president sent in American troops when Iraqi President Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait, then threatened to move into Saudi Arabia?

Which President of the United States was nicknamed "Old Rough and Ready"?

At the age of 42, who was the youngest person to become President of the United States?

Which president's Inaugural Address offered the memorable injunction: "Ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country"?

Who did George H. W. Bush successfully defeat in 1988 to succeed Ronald Reagan as president?

Who was sworn in for a second term as minister of Pakistan in 1993 after having a break from the seat?

Who was the first vice-president of the United States?

Who was the only man to serve as both President of the United States and Vice President who was NEVER elected to either position?

A signatory to the Declaration of Independence and later the first vice-president of the USA. What is his name?

According to the Twentieth amendment the president's term of office begins at noon on January 20 of the year following the election. What is this day known as?

At 6 feet, 4 inches (1.9 meters), who was the tallest U.S. President?

At what age was Ronald Reagan first elected president?

Barbara Walters was chosen to be moderator at the third presidential debate between who?