Question 1: ________ promotes the theory that Obama is "likely the first Muslim President", citing a number of pieces of "evidence" in its article . [1 ]
Question 2: Like the ________, these claims are quite varied and sometimes contradict each other, but are always used to attempt to undermine Obama's eligibility as president.
Question 3: Comedian Victoria Jackson, who became famous on ________, claimed on her own website that Obama had "traits that resemble the anti-Christ".
Question 4: The study found that respondents who were younger, less politically involved, less educated, more conservative, and believed in ________ were more likely to give incorrect answers in November of that year.
Question 5: During ________'s presidential campaign and following his election as President of the United States, scrutiny has at times focused on his religious beliefs.
Question 6: Representative Keith Ellison from Minnesota, who used a Qur'an that had belonged to ________ in the photo-op re-enactment of his oath of office.
Question 7: Another chain e-mail that circulated during the campaign claimed that "Obama was enrolled in a Wahabi school in ________.
Question 8: Others have accused him of being the ________ from Christian theology.
Question 9: A study commissioned by the ________ in 2008 showed that the number of Americans surveyed who claimed Obama was Muslim was roughly 20.2% in September 2008 and 19.2% in November 2008.