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Cook Partisan Voting Index: Quiz

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Question 1: The most Democratic-leaning state to have a Republican senator is ________, with Republican Scott Brown.
Rhode IslandMaineMassachusettsConnecticut

Question 2: According to the Cook Political Report for the ________, calculated according to the results of the 2004 and the 2008 U.S. presidential elections.
110th United States Congress109th United States Congress108th United States Congress111th United States Congress

Question 3: In the Senate, the most Republican-leaning state to have a Democratic senator is Nebraska, with Democrat ________.
Ben NelsonJoe LiebermanMike JohannsSusan Collins

Question 4: The party representations are based on the winners of the ________.
United States House of Representatives elections, 2008United States House of Representatives elections, 2008 – complete listUnited States House of Representatives elections, 2006 – complete listUnited States House of Representatives elections, 2010

Question 5: It was developed in 1997 by Charlie Cook of the Cook Political Report, a nonpartisan political newsletter, working with Polidata, a political ________ analysis firm.
Regression analysisProbabilityStatisticsMathematical statistics

Question 6: The most Republican-leaning state to have two Democratic senators is North Dakota, with Democrats Kent Conrad and ________.
Barbara BoxerDianne FeinsteinRichard ShelbyByron Dorgan

Question 7: As for states as a whole, Utah is the most Republican at R+21, and Hawaii and Vermont are the most Democratic at D+13 (and D+39 for the ________).
Phoenix, ArizonaBostonWashington, D.C.Atlanta

Question 8: The districts are represented by ________ and Gene Taylor, respectively.
Ron PaulJohn CornynChet EdwardsJohn Carter (Texas)

Question 9: The most Democratic-leaning state to have two Republican Senators is ________, with Republicans Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins.
ConnecticutMassachusettsMaineNew Hampshire







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