What’s Your Fourth Of July IQ?

With the Fourth of July fast approaching, it's time to find out if you're a freedom whiz or if you fall flat! Are you ready to find out your Fourth of July IQ? Take these 12 questions and find out!
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Which notable statesman told his wife that July 2nd was going to be the biggest U.S. holiday ever?
Thomas Jefferson
John Adams
Benjamin Franklin
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What year did July 4th become a paid holiday for federal employees?
1776
1870
1941
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How many signers of the original Declaration of Independence died on July 4th?
0
2
4
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What is the section of the Declaration of Independence that mentions “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" called?
Preamble
Introduction
Conclusion
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Who was the first person to sign the Declaration of Independence?
Thomas Jefferson
John Hancock
Benjamin Franklin
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Which town hosts the oldest Fourth of July celebration in the United States?
Bristol, RI
Washington, DC
Gettysburg, PA
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What percentage of retail fireworks sales occur during the Fourth of July holiday?
65 percent
75 percent
90 percent
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What year did Congress first authorize fireworks for use in Independence Day celebrations?
1776
1777
1780
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Which U.S. President was born on July 4th?
Herbert Hoover
Quincy Adams
Calvin Coolidge
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Which July 4th-themed movie holds the record for the using the most miniature models?
Independence Day
Saving Private Ryan
The Patriot
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Question 11/12

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What was Uncle Sam's actual occupation?
Meat packer
Iron worker
Soldier
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Question 12/12

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How many U.S. towns are named Freedom?
2
5
11
Result
This quiz revealed that you're Fourth of July fabulous! While you might not have the skill and know how about this holiday that some possess, you've got the American spirit! It's clear that you love this holiday and everything that it stands for. We don't believe there's in any failure in that!

C+, Fourth Of July Fabulous

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Baby, you're a firework! You're Fourth of July fantastic! When it comes to this amazing American holiday, you know your stuff. From the history of the Fourth to the present day culture surround it, you've developed an impressive knowledge regarding this summer holiday. Well done!

B+, Fourth Of July Fantastic

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You're a Fourth of July firework! Much like the colors that light up the July Fourth sky, you're bombastic and brilliant. This holiday has always been one of your favorites, and for good reason. Because of this, you've developed a strong knowledge on all things July Fourth. We think you're beyond impressive!

A+, Fourth Of July Firework

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1
Which notable statesman told his wife that July 2nd was going to be the biggest U.S. holiday ever?
Thomas Jefferson
John Adams
Benjamin Franklin
2
What year did July 4th become a paid holiday for federal employees?
1776
1870
1941
3
How many signers of the original Declaration of Independence died on July 4th?
0
2
4
4
What is the section of the Declaration of Independence that mentions “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" called?
Preamble
Introduction
Conclusion
5
Who was the first person to sign the Declaration of Independence?
Thomas Jefferson
John Hancock
Benjamin Franklin
6
Which town hosts the oldest Fourth of July celebration in the United States?
Bristol, RI
Washington, DC
Gettysburg, PA
7
What percentage of retail fireworks sales occur during the Fourth of July holiday?
65 percent
75 percent
90 percent
8
What year did Congress first authorize fireworks for use in Independence Day celebrations?
1776
1777
1780
9
Which U.S. President was born on July 4th?
Herbert Hoover
Quincy Adams
Calvin Coolidge
10
Which July 4th-themed movie holds the record for the using the most miniature models?
Independence Day
Saving Private Ryan
The Patriot
11
What was Uncle Sam's actual occupation?
Meat packer
Iron worker
Soldier
12
How many U.S. towns are named Freedom?
2
5
11