In order to attain U.S. citizenship, immigrants must pass a naturalization test that contains a civics section with some basic questions about historical events and how the U.S. government functions. Applicants face up to 10 questions taken from a pool of 100, and must answer at least six of them correctly in order to pass. But how many native-born Americans can answer these questions? The Immigrant Archive Project, a media initiative dedicated to documenting immigrants’ stories through recorded interviews, wanted to find out. They took a camera to the streets of Miami, asked people questions from test and posted the results on YouTube Tuesday. It wasn’t pretty.