My score, of which I'm quite proud:
You answered 55 out of 60 correctly — 91.67 %Average score for this quiz during September: 75.1%
Average score since September 18, 2007: 75.1%
Update, 9/20/07: Here's a USA Today article about the quiz. The following two snippets caught my attention:
In general, the better a college's U.S. News & World Report ranking, the less its civic literacy gain. Yale, with the highest-scoring freshmen (68.94%), along with Princeton, Duke and Cornell, were among eight schools with freshmen outscoring seniors.
"Several of the colleges at the lower end of our survey are some of the most prestigious in the country, with average tuition, room and board somewhere north of $40,000 a year," Bunting says. "These are the schools, although their stated mission is to help prepare active citizens, that are the most derelict in their responsibility."