(1) is just plain wrong. I am weakly in favor of gay rights, but primarily in so far as I am a coot and part of the “just leave each other alone” contingent.
I don’t have strong feelings about (2), either. Certainly the State should not be involved directly with the Church, but that’s not what is currently meant by this phrase. I have no problem with indirect control of the State by the Church, in which the Church guides the state because the people who get elected believe the same things as the Church. I would certainly prefer that to the State being controlled by the Left.
(3) is probably right, although I am not sure how much college students support affirmative action. I, personally, am very strongly opposed.
(4) was based on a trick question, “should the government be concerned about protecting the environment as it is about protecting jobs?”. That’s hard to answer for someone who thinks the government has zero responsibility for “protecting jobs”. So, I do agree with that statement but in a technical rather than common understanding sense.
I think (5) is correct though, as I don’t believe that there is any right whatsoever to basic health insurance, so college students couldn’t possibly believe in it less than I do.
Overall, it doesn’t seem to have been more accurate than chance. But I am perhaps not the best test case.