My Brother in law moved from Great Britain to America and wanted to be a citizen of the United States so he had to take a naturalization test. He once asked me some of the questions and I was embarrassed that I didn't know some of them.

Then I read an article on usnews.com that one third of Americans can't answer most of the questions they give people who want to live in our country as a U.S. citizen. So, I wanted to see if that was true. Surely, our people know about their own country. It's not that we are stupid, that was not my point. It was that we as a country take some things for granted and they are hard questions.

Here's what happened when I asked random people in the Duluth MN area: