In the latest Watters' World, Jesse hit the streets of his hometown of Philadelphia to ask ordinary Americans questions from the U.S. citizenship test.


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Just how many of the Americans that Watters questioned wouldn't make the cut for citizenship? Well, most of them.

Watters said that out of 12 people, only three people passed — a sad fact considering that when immigrants take the test, 90 percent pass.

Among the questions that Watters posed to the American citizens on the streets of Philly was "How many senators are there in the U.S. Senate?" Only two out of 12 knew the correct answer.

In case you're wondering, it's 100.

Watch the full segment above and see how many of the questions you can answer.


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