Both sides have enough of the same rhetoric apparently. No wonder us in the middle are all confused and drawing comparisons and such. Or did you just ace it, and I'm the one left in the dark here?
The quiz is contrived to make it nearly impossible to tell the difference. About 5 of the 9 questions are pretty much just guesses.
There are two missing word questions, which are absolute guesses. If you guess "Government", it's something the Tea Party said. If you guess "Wall Street" (or equivalent), it's something the Occupy folks said. But the entire meaning of the sentence changes based on the word choice. Kinda irrelevant.
Three other questions were so vaguely worded that they could have been said by anyone in any political movement:
"I have children and grandchildren, and I don't want them to grow up in this world. I want the world to change. It can be done." Who said it?
Who said: "I'm just saying this feels an awful a lot like the 60s or 70s when I was a kid. I mean, you have the same feeling out here that government and nation have parted paths and the people will bring government back to the nation"?
"You leave your own country and you expect things to be better in America, a step or two up from what you left back home. And then there's this rude awakening: America is just not what it used to be." Who said this?
So that's 5 of the 9 that are basically just guesses. Add in the trick question at number one (Palin complaining about "crony capitalism" on the part of the Obama administration), and you can argue that 6 of the 9 are designed to be random guesses or misleading at best.
The only three that are clear answers (and which I'll wager nearly everyone got right) are the following:
Who complained: "At this point I don't see any difference between George Bush and Obama. The middle class is a lot worse than when Obama was elected"?
This is actually nearly a guess too, but given the past reference to Obama's election, it's a good bet it's an Occupy person complaining about Obama.
"We got sold out! Banks got bailed out!" Where can this chant be heard?
"Republicans, Democrats and independents are stepping up and demanding we put our fiscal house in order. I think the overriding message after years of borrowing, spending and bailouts is enough is enough." Who said it?
Obviously Tea Party.
The quiz basically avoids putting in statements which actually differentiate the two groups. Basically, if the complaint is against banks and corporations then it's an Occupier. If the complaint is against government, then it's a Tea Partier. That's a pretty clear distinction. Both groups complain about the state of things, but every group does that. The difference is in who they blame for the problem and what they think should be done.
If you really can't tell the difference (in real life, not in this silly quiz), then you aren't paying much attention.