Social Studies Test Set 13 1. Which is a constitutional requirement to run for Congress?A.U.S. permanent residentB.at least 25 years oldC.at least 30 years oldD.U.S. citizenQuestion 1 of 10 2. Who would a citizen contact about a problem with city roads?A.the county commissionerB.the presidentC.the governorD.the mayorQuestion 2 of 10 3. Who do lobbyists represent in their attempts to influence government?A.military officersB.elected officialsC.interest groupsD.circuit judgesQuestion 3 of 10 4. Which option presents a clear point of view?A.biasB.metaphorC.propagandaD.symbolismQuestion 4 of 10 5. Based on the government system in the United States, which individual activity is used to directly influence legislative decisions?A.watching political debates on televisionB.discussing political issues at workC.collecting opinions for a yearbookD.gathering signatures for a petitionQuestion 5 of 10 6. Which is a requirement for a person to become a naturalized U.S. citizen?A.working in the U.S. for at least five yearsB.passing a U.S. history and government examC.being born to American parentsD.serving in the U.S. militaryQuestion 6 of 10 7. Luis owns a small store in the downtown business district. He learned that at the next monthly council meeting, the mayor will propose limiting the amount of time that people can park on the streets in the business district. Luis is afraid that if the city council approves the proposal, his business will suffer. Which of the following should be Luis’s final step in attempting to resolve this issue?A.prepare a map of the available downtown parking spacesB.present an alternative proposal at the next council meetingC.call council members with concerns about the proposed policyD.survey downtown businesses to determine their thoughts on the issueQuestion 7 of 10 8. Which part of the U.S. Constitution states the six purposes of government?A.PreambleB.Bill of RightsC.Article IVD.Article I Question 8 of 10 9. Shrimp and seafood industries in Florida are concerned about the freshwater supply from Georgia. If the freshwater supply is reduced, Florida’s shrimp and seafood industries could be harmed.Who is responsible for resolving this dispute?A.federal legislative branchB.federal executive branchC.state legislaturesD.state judiciaryQuestion 9 of 10 10. Which is a constitutional requirement to run for Congress?A.U.S. permanent resident B.at least 25 years oldC.at least 30 years oldD.U.S. citizenQuestion 10 of 10 Loading... Take another Social Studies practice test This test is a part of our GED Social Studies Practice Test module. Last Updated on October 12, 2021.