Government students use quizzes to determine political parties


Chloe Bishop

Seniors Sara Burtner and Marie Wickard take political ideology quizzes in Pohl’s 2B AP government class on their Chromebooks. Photo on Nov. 15 in room 158.

By taking a series of political ideology quizzes, AP government students were able to determine their political ideology and probable presidential candidate.

Each of the four quizzes had questions that were engineered to determine conservatism and liberalism. Results will be used in Darcy Pohl’s AP government classes for discussion purposes.

“It was cool that we were able to see what political parties we lined up with, especially after the midterm elections,” said senior Sara Burtner.