Question & Answer set 14: Voting and Participation



Question 1: What is the present age of voting
option 1: 16
option 2: 17
option 3: 18
option 4: 21

Question 2: Both British born and naturalised citizens have full civic rights and duties (such as jury service).
option 1: TRUE
option 2: FALSE

Question 3: In order to vote in a parliamentary, local, or European election, you must have your name on the register of electors, known as the electoral register.
option 1: TRUE
option 2: FALSE

Question 4: Citizens of Commonwealth do not have the right to vote in UK.
option 1: TRUE
option 2: FALSE

Question 5: In the General Election of 2001, more than half of voters below the age of 25 actually voted.
option 1: TRUE
option 2: FALSE

Question 6: To become a local councillor, a candidate must have a local connection with the area, through work, by being on the electoral register, or through renting or owning land or property.
option 1: TRUE
option 2: FALSE

Question 7: To stand as a Member of the European Parliament you have to pay 500 deposit.
option 1: TRUE
option 2: FALSE



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