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Election and Representation – Class 11 Political Science MCQs

This section contains the multiple-choice questions and answers on Election and Representation for class 11 political science.

Election and Representation MCQs

1. Which country follows the FPTP electoral system?

  1. The UK
  2. USA
  3. Argentina
  4. India

Answer: A) The UK


The UK follows FPTP electoral system.

2. What does FPTP stand for?

  1. First Past The Post
  2. First present the Post
  3. Follow principle of the post
  4. First past the position

Answer: A) First Past The Post


The FPTP stands for "First Past The Post".

3. PR stands for?

  1. Present Representative
  2. Proportional Representation
  3. Physical Representation
  4. Proportional Result

Answer: B) Proportional Representation


The PR stands for "Proportional Representation".

4. Which country follows the PR electoral system?

  1. The UK
  2. India
  3. Israel
  4. France

Answer: C) Israel


Israel follows the PR electoral system.

5. CEC stands for?

  1. Chief executive for commission
  2. Consecutive body of elective course
  3. Chief Election Commissioner
  4. Chief executive of commissioner

Answer: C) Chief Election Commissioner


CEC stands for "Chief Election Commissioner".

6. "Plurality System" is also called ____.

  1. PR system
  2. The First Past the Post system
  3. FPTP system
  4. Both B and C

Answer: D) Both B and C


"Plurality System" is also called PR system or The First Past the Post system.

7. In the FPTP system, the country is divided into how many constituencies?

  1. 543 constituencies
  2. 544 constituencies
  3. 161 constituencies
  4. 509 constituencies

Answer: A) 543 constituencies


In the FPTP system, the country is divided into 543 constituencies.

8. In 1989 what was the age for voting?

  1. 21 years
  2. 16 years
  3. 20 years
  4. 18 years

Answer: D) 18 years


In 1989, the voting age was 18 years.

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