With the New Hampshire primary less than a week out, MRCTV visited one of the country’s top universities Tuesday to see if students could point to the state on a map.
The results were painful, to put it mildly.
MRCTV’s Dan Joseph began by asking students at the University of Maryland what they knew about the Iowa Caucus, which took place the night before.
Not not only were most students completely unaware that the Iowa Caucuses had even happened, they couldn’t even find New Hampshire, the state that will be hosting the next major presidential primary, on a map of the United States.
One student guessed that Martin O’Malley won the Republican Primary. Another student, when asked to locate New Hampshire pointed to Wyoming.
It’s impossible to make this up. Watch here: