YouTuber James Klug set out to test the knowledge of Gen Z members on some very basic knowledge about the United States, geography and world history, among other subjects. Let's just say it did not go well.
“We’ve all seen those videos showing how little Gen Z knows about literally everything, so today we’ve come to Los Angeles, California, and we’re gonna figure out if this is really the case,” Klug says at the beginning of the video.
An example of a question he asked was, “How many stars are on the United States flag?”
That's just a warmup question, right? Surely everyone got it right, didn't they?
Nope. The answers ranged from 103 to 32.
In other questions, Klug literally put the answer to the question inside of the question. For example, “What country is the Queen of England from?”
“I’m not a politic guy, man, I ain’t gonna lie,” one person said. “I don’t know. I really don’t know.”
Then when he was pressed he guessed Europe.
You have to see it to believe it.
There were a few people in the video who were able to answer the questions, correctly. Even if he edited out most of the people who got them right, it's alarming he was able to find so many people who had no idea what the answer is to these extremely basic questions.
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