Statistics for U.S. General Knowledge #23

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  • The average score is 13 of 20

Answer Stats

QuestionAnswer% Correct
What does the PB stand for in PB&J?Peanut Butter
94%
What generation comes between the Baby Boomers and the Millennials?Generation X
85%
What Presidential candidate used the slogan "Feel the Bern"?Bernie Sanders
82%
What is the Statue of Liberty made of?Copper
82%
What brand of cereal is promoted by elves named Snap, Crackle, and Pop?Rice Krispies
77%
On what TV network did "Sesame Street" originally air?PBS
75%
What band is led by singer Adam Levine?Maroon 5
73%
What Supreme Court justice was humorously referred to as "Notorious RBG"?Ruth Bader Ginsburg
72%
What general's first and middle initials also stood for "Unconditional Surrender"?Ulysses S. Grant
68%
What U.S. state has the highest percentage of people of Irish descent?Massachusetts
64%
What city is served by George Bush Intercontinental Airport?Houston
63%
What show from the 1990s was about the 1970s in Wisconsin?That '70s Show
62%
Which Looney Tunes character is named after a national park in California?Yosemite Sam
62%
What company built the planned city of Celebration, in central Florida?Walt Disney
61%
In what city would you find the neighborhoods of Foggy Bottom,
Georgetown, and Navy Yard?
Washington D.C.
59%
What musician was managed by "Colonel" Tom Parker?Elvis Presley
57%
What product was made by the now-defunct companies Packard and Studebaker?Automobiles
51%
What city's suburbs include Aurora, Centennial, and Castle Rock?Denver
48%
What medical drama is the world's most-aired soap opera, having run
over 15,000 episodes since 1963?
General Hospital
44%
What show from the 1970s was about the 1950s in Wisconsin?Happy Days
42%

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