Results for - 1st amendment of the United States

2,456 voters participated in this survey

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.” — First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

1. Have you ever read the 1st amendment of the United States?

Yes I'm a US citzen
49%
1,170 votes
no I'm a US citzen
15%
364 votes
yes I'm a Canadian citzen
7%
175 votes
No I'm a Canadian citzen
30%
726 votes

2. Have you ever read the Canadian bill of rights? It is very much the same as the American build of rights. So for this survey both Canadian and American can express their opinions on the topic of the 1st amendment of the United States..

Yes I've read the Canadian bill of rights and I'm Candian
14%
325 votes
No I have not read the Canadian bill of rights and I'm Canadian
24%
567 votes
Yes I read the Canadian bill of rights and I'm American
3%
74 votes
No I have not read the Canadian bill if right and I'm American
60%
1,434 votes

3. Are you surprised by what is excluded in freedom of speech?

Obscenities Including work place conduct and state law
10%
247 votes
Perjury lying under oath
13%
312 votes
False or misleading advertisement
12%
298 votes
You cannot incite violence
14%
346 votes
You have no freedom of speech in your workplace
15%
354 votes
Not Applicable
64%
1,538 votes

4. Did you know this to be true: The right to peacefully protest, with marches, rallies or assemblies, if peaceful

Yes
66%
1,590 votes
No
12%
279 votes
Not Applicable
22%
531 votes

5. Did you know this to be true: There is no state run religion. The law will not interfere in any religious belief or not. Children can't pray in school but can not be lead by teacher or other administrator.

Yes
45%
1,068 votes
No
21%
510 votes
Not Applicable
34%
822 votes

6. Did you know this to be true: Freedom of the press in the United States is legally protected by the First Amendment. Nevertheless, freedom of the press is subject to certain restrictions, such as defamation law, a lack of protection for whistleblowers, barriers to information access and constraints caused by public and government hostility to journalists.

Yes
46%
1,113 votes
No
20%
482 votes
Not Applicable
34%
805 votes
01/27/2022 Politics 2456 59 By: molliegirl
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