Statistics for U.S. General Knowledge #6

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  • This quiz has been taken 18,950 times
    (3,739 since last reset)
  • The average score is 13 of 20

Answer Stats

QuestionAnswer% Correct
What city has a neighborhood called Little Havana?Miami
89%
Which U.S. state is known as "Big Sky Country"?Montana
88%
In which quarter of New Orleans would you find Bourbon Street?The French Quarter
83%
Which state had the highest population in the first U.S. census, conducted in 1790?Virginia
83%
What AOL catchphrase is also the name of a movie starring
Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan?
You've Got Mail
78%
Who did Ashton Kutcher replace on "Two And A Half Men"?Charlie Sheen
76%
What is the most popular TV show that took place in the city of Albuquerque?Breaking Bad
75%
What word is derived from the last name of Elbridge Gerry,
the 5th Vice President of the U.S.?
Gerry{mander}
75%
What company built a market valuation of $50 billion in 2021 by selling an
"exercise bike with an iPad glued onto it"?
Peloton
75%
What diminutive actor stars as Frank Reynolds in "It's Alway Sunny in Philadelphia"?Danny DeVito
72%
In what city would you find Beacon Hill and Bunker Hill?Boston
67%
Which former President also served as head of the CIA?George H. W. Bush
67%
Who flips the tiles on "Wheel of Fortune"?Vanna White
66%
What German-born Secretary of State served under Presidents Nixon and Ford?Henry Kissinger
62%
What baseball stadium's outfield walls are covered with ivy?Wrigley Field
59%
What does Rold Gold make?Pretzels
54%
What company sells "Obsession" perfume?Calvin Klein
48%
What is the top grade of USDA beef?Prime
47%
What lake can be found on the border of Vermont and New York?Lake Champlain
46%
What is the nickname of the shopping district on Michigan Avenue in Chicago?The {Magnificent} Mile
34%

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