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British Prime Ministers Quiz

How many British Prime Ministers can you name?
Parties: Conservative, Labour, Liberal, Whig, Tory, Peelite
Since the 1707 Acts of Union
Last updated: July 11, 2016
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Term
Prime Minister
2016-
Theresa May
2010-2016
David Cameron
2007-2010
Gordon Brown
1997-2007
Tony Blair
1990-1997
John Major
1979-1990
Margaret Thatcher
1976-1979
James Callaghan
1974-1976
Harold Wilson
1970-1974
Edward Heath
1964-1970
Harold Wilson
1963-1964
Alec Douglas-Home
1957-1963
Harold Macmillan
1955-1957
Anthony Eden
1951-1955
Winston Churchill
1945-1951
Clement Attlee
1940-1945
Winston Churchill
1937-1940
Neville Chamberlain
1935-1937
Stanley Baldwin
1929-1935
Ramsay MacDonald
1924-1929
Stanley Baldwin
1924
Ramsay MacDonald
1923-1924
Stanley Baldwin
1922-1923
Andrew Bonar Law
1916-1922
David Lloyd George
1908-1916
Herbert Asquith
1905-1908
Henry Campbell-
Bannerman
Term
Prime Minister
1902-1905
Arthur Balfour
1895-1902
Marquis of Salisbury
1894-1895
Earl of Rosebery
1892-1894
William Gladstone
1886-1892
Marquis of Salisbury
1886
William Gladstone
1885-1886
Marquis of Salisbury
1880-1885
William Gladstone
1874-1880
Benjamin Disraeli
1868-1874
William Gladstone
1868
Benjamin Disraeli
1866-1868
Earl of Derby
1865-1866
Lord John Russell
1859-1865
Lord Palmerston
1858-1859
Earl of Derby
1855-1858
Lord Palmerston
1852-1855
Earl of Aberdeen
1852
Earl of Derby
1846-1852
Lord John Russell
1841-1846
Robert Peel
1835-1841
Lord Melbourne
1834-1835
Robert Peel
1834
Duke of Wellington
1834
Lord Melbourne
1830-1834
Earl Grey
Term
Prime Minister
1828-1830
Duke of Wellington
1827-1828
Viscount Goderich
1827
George Canning
1812-1827
Lord Liverpool
1809-1812
Spencer Perceval
1807-1809
Duke of Portland
1806-1807
Lord Grenville
1804-1806
William Pitt the Younger
1801-1804
Henry Addington
1783-1801
William Pitt the Younger
1783
Duke of Portland
1782-1783
Earl of Shelburne
1782
Marquess of Rockingham
1770-1782
Lord Frederick North
1768-1770
Duke of Grafton
1766-1768
William Pitt the Elder
1765-1766
Marquess of Rockingham
1763-1765
George Grenville
1762-1763
Earl of Bute
1757-1762
Duke of Newcastle
1756-1757
Duke of Devonshire
1754-1756
Duke of Newcastle
1743-1754
Henry Pelham
1742-1743
Earl of Wilmington
1721-1742
Sir Robert Walpole
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level 79
Aug 17, 2011
9/53. I am obviously American.
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level 37
May 3, 2014
12/53, and I'm American. At least I beat the average of three for Americans.
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level 60
Jul 12, 2016
This American got 11, but have to credit one to Star Trek (Tea, Earl Grey, Hot)!
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level 30
Jun 23, 2018
9/53 even though I'm a Brit...
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level 59
May 3, 2014
16/53 for this Yank (and a southerner, no less)
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level 43
Feb 26, 2015
2/53, I'm American (I only got 2 because Churchill was elected twice)
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level 46
Jun 17, 2015
oh my gosh :'D
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level 54
Mar 29, 2015
9, Australian, though with a lot of stereotypical English name guessing
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level 26
Apr 26, 2015
3/53 Proud Canadian. Screw the Brits
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level 68
Jun 25, 2018
Who's on your money?
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level 75
May 12, 2015
23/53 but personally I think this is a bit excessive.
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level 55
Sep 22, 2018
53/53 and I'm Irish
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level 43
Aug 18, 2011
@Jack: Was just listening to that song today, didn't know I'd be taking the quiz though. Always loved that song because my first name is Heath, so when I was a child (I'm an American to boot), I thought it was so cool; although my last name isn't Heath, so I tolerated that part.
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level 43
Feb 25, 2012
I'm an American and I got 17. And I'm 12 years old. I can't believe that only 34% got Walpole.
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level 44
Oct 8, 2014
I'm 11. I got 43 =D
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level 44
Oct 8, 2014
Also American =D
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level 48
Dec 22, 2018
It's always Walpole...
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level 34
Jun 3, 2012
Can you accept Simon Cowell for all the answers?
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level 56
Jun 22, 2018
It does
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level 26
Nov 1, 2012
Should be MARQUIS of Rockingham, not MARQUESS. Good quiz though.
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level ∞
May 9, 2015
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marquess_of_Rockingham
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level 75
May 12, 2015
For the most part it is marquis in France, marquess in Great Britain. Feminine counterparts are marquise and marchioness.
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level 62
Aug 29, 2018
Did he live in a marquee?
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level 44
Jan 16, 2013
Wait... weren't Harriet Jones and Harold Saxon in there somewhere?
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level 76
Oct 22, 2015
Harold Saxon was erased from history.
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level 16
Jan 20, 2016
I tried those
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level 14
Aug 20, 2013
25, not bad at all :) . Interesting fact: Spencer Perceval is the only British PM to have been assassinated, shot while he was walking into the house of commons (yeah, that's the only reason I know about him...)
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level 35
Mar 27, 2018
North was the ugliest PM. Yes - worse than Brown.
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level 23
Nov 11, 2013
I got 4 but I live in cali so all g00d
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level 39
Dec 27, 2013
I got 7. And yes, I am from Northern Ireland, in the UK. *facepalm*
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level 45
Jul 12, 2016
I got 9!! And I live in London. I only guessed earl grey as a joke :-)
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level 29
Dec 31, 2013
9/53 Like a true brit! got the 5 most recent, lloyd george, churchill and some earls by accident. Good thing I'm a Biochem student and not doing history.
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level 67
Mar 1, 2014
Only got 13. Got Asquith because he just popped into my head, and can't believe I forgot Disraeli, I just learned about him last week.
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level 37
Mar 31, 2014
13. I'm American, and I need to learn more about British Politics.
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level 44
Apr 13, 2014
I legitimately tried to write "Harriet Jones."
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level 44
May 3, 2014
XD
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level 70
Sep 21, 2016
After getting Cameron, Blair, Thatcher, Churchill and Chamberlain....I was down to Guy Fawkes and Robin of Locksley. :-) Should have remembered Disraeli and Robert Peel, though. If not for Peel, there'd be no "bobbies", IIRC.
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level 77
May 3, 2014
I'm belgian and I remembered only 8, some famous ones like Disraeli, Lloyd George and Churchill and most of the recent ones (from Thatcher but I had already forgotten the existence of Gordon Brown...).
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level 39
Jul 7, 2015
Most people in the UK would like to forget Brown but not as much as the dreadful Blair person.
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level 65
May 3, 2014
Do you people of UK really name some dudes by their titles instead of their names? Im from Québec and I think its weird having «earl of» or «marquis of» when we have to put a family name as an answer
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level 20
May 3, 2014
Hahaha only got Margaret Thatcher, D. Lloyd George and Winston Churchill... i suck at this.
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level 51
May 3, 2014
Got a lot by guessing common british surnames and english cities
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level 42
May 3, 2014
As an American I could name 11, but honestly why would I keep up on the politics of another country when I'm busy keeping up with my own? Still willing to take your quiz despite the snark
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level 47
Dec 17, 2018
Because American assume we (should) know all their presidents
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level 75
May 5, 2014
All these dukes and earls did not have real names?
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level 64
Jul 12, 2016
They definitely had real names too: Earl of Wilmington = Spencer Compton; Duke of Newcastle = Thomas Pelham-Holles; Duke of Devonshire = William Cavendish; Earl of Bute = John Stuart; Marquess of Rockingham = Charles Watson-Wentworth; Duke of Grafton = Augustus Fitzroy; Earl of Shelburne = William Petty; Duke of Portland = William Cavendish-Bentinck; Lord Liverpool = Robert Banks; Jenkinson; Viscount Goderich = Frederick John Robinson; Duke of Wellington = Arthur Wellesley; Earl Grey = Charles Grey; Lord Melbourne = William Lamb; Earl of Derby = Edward Smith-Stanley; Earl of Aberdeen = George Hamilton-Gordon; Lord Palmerston = Henry John Temple; Marquess (not Marquis) of Salisbury = Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil; Earl of Rosebery = Archibald Philip Primrose
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level 25
Jul 12, 2016
Grazie.
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level 75
Jul 12, 2016
I thought Earl Grey's real name was Mr. T.
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level 67
May 5, 2014
I got Pitt the Elder and Lord Palmerston thanks to The Simpsons.
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level 73
Mar 3, 2015
Lord Palmerston!!
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level 34
May 12, 2015
E P ELDER!!!!
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level 59
Jul 12, 2016
Me too.
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level 71
Feb 13, 2017
I made a quiz specifically about that episode - check it out: http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/102112/simpsons-mlb-softball-ringers
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level 48
May 6, 2014
Churchill - facepalm!
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level 67
May 9, 2014
I got Bonar Law from my Canadian mother who would occasionally tell me that as he was born in New Brunswick, he was the only prime minister not born in the UK. I thought he was important until I noticed that no Brits ever seemed to have heard of him. I can't believe I forgot Spencer Perceval, as I was curious about the only assassinated prime minister.
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level 75
Nov 16, 2014
I don't think we have any Bonar Laws in the US, though after the Anthony Weiner scandal some have suggested we might need some.
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level 59
May 16, 2015
brrrm-tish!
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level 35
Mar 27, 2018
Now THAT is funny.
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level 75
May 27, 2014
Strong supporter of the Peelite party here, because if you're going to drink piss anyway then you might as well avoid the high-calorie stuff.
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level 50
Aug 5, 2014
All with 2:38 left, and I am an American. So there.
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level 65
Aug 5, 2014
Why are saying most Americans only know 3? How do you know that's true? I knew 15. And I imagine most people from ANY non-UK country would only know a few.
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level 75
May 12, 2015
Maybe to entice you to take the quiz and prove him wrong? Since 94+% of test takers got Churchill, Blair, Cameron and Thatcher.. and 87% got Brown.. I'd wager most Americans know at least 4. Or at least most Americans taking this quiz do. Average score is 21.
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level ∞
May 12, 2015
JetPunkers are not average Americans. Three is probably generous.
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level 75
May 12, 2015
Maybe. I think given enough time to think about it most could come up with at least 3. Churchill, Chamberlain, Thatcher and Blair are all pretty famous in America.
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level 42
Sep 4, 2014
American and I got 24!
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level 44
Oct 8, 2014
43. Not bad for an American. Am I right?
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level 10
Mar 28, 2015
51/53- English men who forget the obvious answers i.e. Macmillan and home. Darn
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level 70
Apr 15, 2015
The only reason I knew Wilson and Heath is from the Beatles' song "Taxman".
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level 34
May 12, 2015
uh uhhhhhh Mr. Willllson....
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level 78
May 12, 2015
Good quiz. Knew them all from World War One to present day (handy for pub quizzes) plus famous ones like Gladstone, Disraeli, Peel, Pitt and Walpole. Finally nailed the remainder. Did the same for the US Presidents and Soviet leaders. I just love history and facts!
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level 70
May 12, 2015
Ended up with 10 but upon review I probably should gotten...um...10
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level 34
May 12, 2015
23/53 (American)
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level 58
May 12, 2015
Is it just coincidence, or are prime ministers not allowed to serve 2 consecutive terms? I noticed that multiple prime ministers on the list serving more than once are never consecutive. Thanks
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level 58
May 12, 2015
Perhaps it is the same as with president Grover Cleveland.
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level 75
May 12, 2015
I believe this is wrong. My understanding may be imperfect, but from what I know the Prime Minister is not directly elected. They are simple the leader of the party with the most seats in the House of Commons. People vote for representatives in the House of Commons like Americans elect Congressmen. The non-consecutive terms you see are not the result of term limits but rather the natural outcome of swings in power between competing parties. For a more analagous comparison look at the history of the president pro tempore of the Senate. It was Robert Byrd in the 101st-103rd Congresses. Then Republicans gained a majority and it became Strom Thurmond. Democrats took over again in the 107th and it was once again Byrd, and then Thurmond, and then Byrd, and then Ted Stevens, and then Byrd again who finally died.
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level 49
May 15, 2015
In Australia, Federal parliament has 150 seats, and the country is split into 150 electorates. In each electorate, 1 candidate (usually Labor or Coalition) gets elected, filling the 150 seats. Whichever party out of Labor or the Coalition gets the most candidates elected wins, and their leader becomes Prime Minister. I assume that the system in the UK works the same. In the US, does everyone just vote for who they want to be President, and then you have separate elections for the other federal politicians?
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level 75
May 18, 2015
Yes Steve, that's (almost correct). The US holds federal elections every 2 years. Presidents are elected every 4. American citizens vote directly for who they want to be president and vice president (they come as a package deal since 1864. Prior to this the president and VP were elected separately, and before 1804 the VP was simply the runner-up in the presidential election); after they vote, then the president is selected by the electoral college, which contains electors from each state. These electors tend to vote the same way as the voters from their state vote, but it's a bit of an overcomplicated system and you can end up wit cases where a presidential candidate wins in the electoral college even when they lost the popular vote (as was the case with George Bush in 2000). Senators and Representatives in the House are elected by their constituents directly by popular vote. They have nothing to do with who occupies the White House, though (some) are elected at the same time.
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level 59
May 16, 2015
No, several have served multiple consecutive terms. Thatcher served 11 years, Blair served 10 years, Lord Liverpool (1812-27) served 15 years, Pitt the Younger for 17. They continued as Prime Minister through three or more election victories. There are no term limits, becaue the Prime Minister is the leader of the party with the most seats, so how long he or she serves (subject to the will of the electorate) is up to them or their political party. Non-consecutive terms are much more common in British politics than American. In the recent election, three losing party leaders resigned. This practice is only a recent development, and throughout history party leaders who lost an election often held on to their leadership posts and won next time, causing a plethora of non-consecutive terms (such as Wilson winning in '74 after losing in '70, and Gladstone repeatedly alternating with Disraeli and Salisbury from the 1860s through to the 90s).
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level 49
Oct 28, 2016
That is a very succinct and clear explanation Larry.
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level 59
May 18, 2015
@Hollandprojects ... and, to explain more clearly, this list doesn't show the consecutive terms separately. Neither does the quiz of US Presidents.
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level 58
Apr 4, 2016
Thanks for the replies!
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level 56
Sep 24, 2018
I posted a comment here but it was deleted, maybe because the comment I was responding to was deleted. The Prime Minister is the leader of the party that has most seats in the House of Commons. The entirety of the House of Commons is elected in a general election with one MP (Member of Parliament) representing each constituency (an area that is occasionally redefined, and should have a population roughly equal to other constituencies - currently the average is about 100 000). If the same party wins many consecutive elections and it doesn't replace its leader the PM can serve as long as they want. General Elections are every five years by default but if 2/3 of the House of Commons vote for an early General Election then there will be one, as happened last year when Theresa May decided she wanted a bigger majority and called an early election. Labour agreed to it and the parliament ended after two years of power. In the next election Labour gained 30 seats and there was a hung parliament
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level 42
May 12, 2015
Lloyd George knew my father. Father knew Lloyd George. Lloyd George knew my father. Father knew Lloyd George.....
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level 59
Sep 13, 2017
My father knew Lloyd George's grandson.
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level 66
May 13, 2015
Got 13. That's about 8 more than I was expecting (I figured I knew Cameron, Blair, Thatcher, Churchill, and Chamberlain). Should have expected more from myself (Disraeli and the Pitts). Got Lord Palmerston from Barney (The Simpsons). :D
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level 17
May 13, 2015
i got 3
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level 60
May 14, 2015
I got 4 and I am an American child.
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level 58
May 14, 2015
I just randomly typed in William Smith
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level 37
May 15, 2015
I got Robert Peel because I saw there was a 'peelite' party, and I figured they might be led by a fellow called 'Peel'.
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level 16
Jun 9, 2015
Im Australian and got 36/53 :D
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level 76
Nov 23, 2015
I'd heard of more than I got, but still did pathetically for a Brit. I haven't been around that long, though - I imagine people older than me would simply remember people before Major being in office.
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level 35
Dec 5, 2015
Got 5/53 and I'm American
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level 16
Jan 20, 2016
I'm American I only got Churchill
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level 53
Apr 1, 2016
23/53 and I'm British. Got every one from Asquith to present day, all later than that were complete guesses I suppose. Don't really see the need to know them, happy with the ones I did get.
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level 47
Apr 4, 2016
4/53 - Super fine!
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level 47
Dec 17, 2018
I got 4 but I think I could not even come up with 4 from my own country, my memory sucks and politics isnt my thing at all (nor history)
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level 63
Jun 24, 2016
David Cameron has resigned, Prepare to update it once he actually leaves office and his replacement is announced
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level 62
Nov 8, 2016
Theresa May - like Ming the Merciless in shoulder pads.
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level 63
Jul 12, 2016
Theresa May is the PM? When did she get announced?
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level 48
Jul 12, 2016
Not yet. She's becoming PM tomorrow
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level 25
Jul 12, 2016
What...?!?!? I need to move to Canda, who wants to join me?
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level 78
Jul 14, 2016
Where is this Canda you speak of? Is it like Candy Land?
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level 57
Jul 12, 2016
americans only know 3 because they only care about their own country
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level 34
Jul 12, 2016
So I guess some people in America don't have the knowledge of foreign leaders like u do. But does that mean we don't care about other countries?
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level 59
Jul 12, 2016
Joejoe needs a hug. Making comments about the supposed ignorance of Americans only makes you yourself look ignorant. I cannot for the life of me understand why none of you America-bashers ever sense the irony in your "Americans are bad because think they are so much better than everyone else. How dare they? Now here's why we're so much better than Americans..." rants. It would be amusing if it weren't so sad.
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level 75
Jul 12, 2016
Americans only know 3 because they are humans much like any other, and they care about things that are relevant to their own lives. Brits can name more than 3 US presidents because US presidents are more relevant internationally. But how many kings of Nepal can you name?

So extremely bored of this cliche that Americans are more ignorant of the world than anyone else. It's just so laughably demonstrably false. I've been traveling through Europe and the Near East for nearly 2 years now. I get asked all the time where I drove my car from and when I say "Bahrain," I think... of the hundreds of Europeans who asked me that question, maybe ONE has known that Bahrain was a country or where it was located. When I tell *Europeans* that I am in Thessaloniki, or Odessa, or Minsk, or Vilnius, or Riga, I can't believe it but the most common response is "where?" You don't even know you're own continent! Americans don't know where Vilnius is, either, but they know Las Vegas! (same population)
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level 43
May 20, 2017
True
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level 68
Jun 25, 2018
But a lot can't name one Canadian province or Mexican state.
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level 47
Dec 17, 2018
Las vegas isnt a very good comparison. Everybody in the world has probably heard of it
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level 58
Jul 12, 2016
Yeah, including Theresa May is somewhat premature. But c'est la vie.
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level 53
Jul 12, 2016
36, not bad for a "simple Southern farmer". OK, I have a degree in history. Also, Downton Abbey helped. A few names tripped me up- I typed gallstone several times before correcting to Gladstone.
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level 25
Jul 12, 2016
Who's this Theresa May?!
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level 63
Jul 12, 2016
Former Home Secretary and now the leader of the Conservative party, which means she's PM
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level 76
Sep 5, 2016
The one who just sat there whilst everyone else dropped out of the leadership race, thus becoming our current unelected PM.
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level 35
Jul 12, 2016
Americans know three? I knew 1! (They don't teach anything about British prime ministers in history class...)
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level 43
Jul 12, 2016
That's a really bad excuse in my opinion. Just because they don't teach you about certain things in school (say British prime ministers or politics in other countries) doesn't mean that you can't read and educate yourself about it! I'm from Sweden and they didn´t teach us all about the British prime ministers either, but a new quite a few from reading history, news and books about the world. You should do the same!
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level 71
Jul 12, 2016
It would be interesting to see quiz stats based on quizzers' countries. Maybe add "home country" when registering as a user, or maybe the system could work that out anyway?
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level 38
Jul 12, 2016
That is a good idea! You should tell Quizmaster!😀
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level 35
Jul 12, 2016
I think if you added a 'home country' box people would type random countries for the fun of it.
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level 75
Jul 13, 2016
It's all for fun, anyway, Matthew. Not a bad idea.
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level 33
Jul 12, 2016
OH MY GOSH!!!!!! 100%!!!!! I CANT BELIEVE IT!!! Looked at wikipedia throught though, LOLLL
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level 57
Jul 12, 2016
I'm so sad Theresa May is PM. The UK as we know it has ended.
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level 67
Jul 12, 2016
6 from a Texas hillbilly
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level 35
Jul 13, 2016
GOt 8.
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level 41
Jul 14, 2016
it will have to be updated soon. :(
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level 63
Jul 15, 2016
Quite impressed I got 24, although I was helped 'cos here in Scarborough there's an area where all the streets are named after them :)
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level 50
Sep 7, 2016
Ha! An American got more than three! I got ten...
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level 70
Sep 21, 2016
Seems like the Earl of Derby just couldn't decide what he wanted to do with his life.
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level 68
Oct 26, 2016
God damn! Walpole!
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level 60
Dec 2, 2016
Didn't get too many, but by randomly picking common names like Brown, Smith, Campbell, George, Wilson, I got a few more!
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level 40
Dec 4, 2016
10/54
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level 40
Dec 4, 2016
12/54
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level 24
Jan 20, 2017
i got 2
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level 47
Sep 11, 2017
I think it reasonable that Americans would know Prime Ministers who had a lot of contact with Americans because of world events. The best example of this is the relationship between Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt, but all of the World War Prime Ministers are reasonably well known for various reasons (Asquith, Lloyd George, Chamberlain, Churchill and Atlee). Thatcher and Blair received ample American press coverage, and John Major was a principal American ally during Desert Shield/Desert Storm.
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level 38
Oct 4, 2017
0/54 :)
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level 55
Nov 17, 2017
Most of these are just New Zealand and Australian cities
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level 69
Mar 21, 2018
I wonder if the fact that almost half of quiz takers get the Earl of Derby is a result of people just randomly guessing 'Smith'.
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level 35
Mar 27, 2018
Almost certainly.
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level 68
Apr 28, 2018
That's how I got him.
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level 34
May 7, 2018
Still plugging away the old fashioned way. Getting better by 1 or 2 names per day. Reached 41/54 so far. (Better than 82 percent of others who’ve attempted it so far.) I knew every one from Lloyd George - Theresa May already which helped a bit.
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level 34
May 9, 2018
50/54 today :-)
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level 39
May 13, 2018
24 and I'm British, knew a lot of them were lords and dukes of various places so just started naming towns and cities and got quite a few.
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level 14
May 22, 2018
Am I the only one who got 53 didn't get earl of derby but hey I'm a proud British citizen from the Leicester screw the people who dont know their pm's
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level 58
May 28, 2018
Honestly everyone should be able to figure out there was a guy named Peel from looking at the political parties key. Guessing "Smith" gets you another free one.
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level 68
Jun 25, 2018
Don't half these putzes have their own name or do they just want to be remembered to history as the same Duke of Potsie as the ones a century prior and in the future?
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level 42
Jul 16, 2018
This Englishman got 44 but I think I was helped by the fact that my son had to do some research on British PMs a few days ago. Never knew homework could have a positive effect.
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level 50
Aug 18, 2018
Please accept "war criminal" for all answers. :)
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level 47
Dec 17, 2018
Funny that so many people in the comments have to state that they are american. In other quizzes you dont see nearly as many comments saying, "but im not american" (mostly none, but sometimes a few)
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level 28
Feb 6, 2019
44