Survey: Most young Brits think "filibustering" is a sex act

Two thirds of people aged 18-25 answered the question “what does filibustering mean?” by picking the option “slang for a sex act,” over the correct answer, “deliberately wasting time during a debate.” Filibustering, while far less common in Britain’s parliament then it is in the U.S. Senate, is still a recognized part of the U.K. political process.

Other questions included “What do psephology students study?” with the possible answers “Physical education,” “Voting and voting patterns,” and “Animal faeces,” as well as “What is a caucus?” with the options “Scottish sausage,” “Abnormally large cactus,” and “Informal meeting.”