MCQs of Political System of United States (USA)

Here you’ll find the MCQs of the Political System of the United States of America (USA). If you are a student of political science then study the political system of the developed nations. The USA has a presidential system in the country and in these MCQs, we are discussing the whole political system of the USA in detail. Find below the MCQs related to the political system of the USA.

MCQs of United Stated Political System

The following are important questions about the political system of the United States of America (USA).

1. American political system developed under the strong impact of
A. French Legacy
B. British Legacy
C. Indian Legacy
D. Canadian Legacy
➥ Show Answer


2. American legal system is influenced by
A. Italy
B. Germany
C. United Kingdom
D. Japan
➥ Show Answer


3. American constitution was adopted in
A. 1787
B. 1687
C. 1887
D. 1587
➥ Show Answer


4. Which country has the oldest written constitution
A. America
B. Germany
C. Italy
D. Japan
➥ Show Answer


5. How many articles American Constitution have?
A. 3 Articles
B. 5 Articles
C. 6 Articles
D. 7 Articles
➥ Show Answer


6. American constitution stands supreme over all
A. Countries
B. States
C. Citizens
D. Continents
➥ Show Answer


7. American Blacks got equal rights in?
A. 1870
B. 1871
C. 1877
D. 1878
➥ Show Answer


7. American president explains his policies in
A. Congress
B. Senate
C. Pentagon
D. White house
➥ Show Answer


8. American President and Vice President should belong to different
A. States
B. Countries
C. Parties
D. Offices
➥ Show Answer


9. Presidential appointments are approved by
A. White house
B. Vice President
C. Pentagon
D. Senate
➥ Show Answer


10. American national government is not authorized to impose taxes on the exports of
A. Trade ministry
B. Stock exchange
C. Federal exports
D. States
➥ Show Answer


11. No American states can impose taxes on
A. State Business
B. National Property
C. State Affair’s
D. State Trade
➥ Show Answer


12. American government guarantees to every state protection against external
A. Trade
B. Friendship
C. Agreement
D. Aggression
➥ Show Answer


13. In which country governors are elected?
A. Japan
B. Germany
C. America
D. Italy
➥ Show Answer


14. American President appoints all members of
A. Supreme Court
B. Ambassadors
C. Cabinet
D. Judges
➥ Show Answer


15. American President cannot remove the
A. Cabinet
B. Ambassadors
C. Ministers
D. Judges
➥ Show Answer


16. In which country we can observe the division of responsibility?
A. UK
B. Australia
C. American
D. India
➥ Show Answer


17. Who will be the natural born citizen of America?
A. President
B. Vice President
C. Chief Justice
D. Army Chief
➥ Show Answer


18. Who will be the natural born citizen of America?
A. President
B. Vice President
C. Chief Justice
D. Army Chief
➥ Show Answer


19. President of which country is considered the most powerful?
A. UK
B. Australia
C. India
D. USA
➥ Show Answer


20. Candidate of American presidentship should not be less than
A. 27 years
B. 35 years
C. 45 years
D. 29 years
➥ Show Answer


21. American president is nominated by the
A. Supreme court
B. Congress
C. Political Party
D. Senate
➥ Show Answer


22. American president has been a resident of America for at least?
A. 12 years
B. 14 years
C. 15 years
D. 20 years
➥ Show Answer


23. Campaign of US presidential candidates divided into
A. 4 stages
B. 5 stages
C. 7 stages
D. 6 stages
➥ Show Answer


24. American president can be removed by the impeachment of
A. Senate
B. Congress
C. Supreme Court
D. Cabinet
➥ Show Answer


25. American president cannot be
A. Blamed
B. Removed
C. Arrested
D. Investigated
➥ Show Answer


26. American president is responsible for the enforcement of
A. Foreign affairs
B. law and order
C. constitution
D. army operation
➥ Show Answer


27. President of America appoints all federal officials with the approval of
A. Secretary of State
B. Senate
C. Congress
D. Vice President
➥ Show Answer


28. American ambassadors are appointed by the
A. Senate
B. President
C. Congress
D. Vice President
➥ Show Answer


29. Who has been supreme commander of America
A. President
B. Chief Justice
C. Congress
D. Head of Senate
➥ Show Answer


30. American president can veto the bills passed by
A. Senate
B. Congress
C. NATO
D. UN
➥ Show Answer


31. Who is the authority in the USA to appoint Federal Judges?
A. President
B. Congress
C. NATO
D. UN
➥ Show Answer


32. American Cabinet members are representatives of?
A. Senate
B. Congress
C. NATO
D. President
➥ Show Answer


33. Amendment in the American Constitution can be initiated by
A. Senate
B. Secretary of State
C. President
D. Congress
➥ Show Answer


34. British cabinet members are representatives of
A. Prime Minster
B. Queen/King
C. Chief Justice
D. Army Chief
➥ Show Answer


35. No tax can be raised without the approval of the American
A. Senate
B. Secretary of State
C. Congress
D. President
➥ Show Answer


Note: these MCQs page is continuously updating. visit again to find more MCQs related to this topic.

You may also like these as well:

Political Science MCQs

MCQs of Political Science

Political Science is a major subject. MCQs of Political Science is vastly considered in many competitive examinations. Here, you will find MCQs of Political Science with a variety of other topics. These topics include Foreign policy, International Law, International Organizations, Western and Muslim political thoughts, political ideologies, different forms of government, and the constitution of Pakistan. Find below MCQs of Political Science:

Topics Topics
Comparative Politics Foreign Policy (UK/USA)
Foreign Policy of Pakistan International Law
International Organization International Relations (IR)
Local Government Questions Western Political Thoughts
Western Political Philosopher
Machiavelli Thomas Hobbes
John Locke  Rousseau
Edmund Burke Aristotle
Plato Jeremy Bentham
John Stuart Mill Karl Marx
Political System of the Nations
United Kingdom (UK) United States (USA)
France Germany
 India  China 
Pakistan  

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

three × three =