Statistics for US Geography Tile Select Trivia

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  • This quiz has been taken 329 times
  • The average score is 47 of 80

Answer Stats

QuestionTileSelect% Correct
States whose most populous city is NOT their capitalArizona
96%
States whose most populous city is NOT their capitalMassachusetts
96%
States whose most populous city is NOT their capitalUtah
96%
States whose most populous city is NOT their capitalGeorgia
94%
States whose most populous city is NOT their capitalIndiana
94%
States whose most populous city is NOT their capitalWashington
94%
States whose most populous city is NOT their capitalIdaho
93%
States whose most populous city is NOT their capitalIllinois
92%
States whose most populous city is NOT their capitalArkansas
91%
States whose most populous city is NOT their capitalNew Jersey
90%
States whose most populous city is NOT their capitalOregon
88%
States whose most populous city is NOT their capitalWisconsin
86%
States whose most populous city is NOT their capitalKentucky
84%
States whose most populous city is NOT their capitalWyoming
81%
States that have the Northern cardinal as a state birdFlorida
77%
States that have the Northern cardinal as a state birdTexas
75%
States that have 3 or less cities with a city proper population of at least 100,000Arizona
73%
States that have 3 or less cities with a city proper population of at least 100,000Colorado
71%
States that have 3 or less cities with a city proper population of at least 100,000Tennessee
71%
States that have 3 or less cities with a city proper population of at least 100,000New Jersey
70%
States that have 3 or less cities with a city proper population of at least 100,000Hawaii
68%
States whose most populous city is NOT their capitalMontana
68%
States WITHOUT a national park (or a portion of one)North Dakota
68%
States WITHOUT a national park (or a portion of one)Virginia
68%
States WITHOUT a national park (or a portion of one)Maine
67%
States that have 3 or less cities with a city proper population of at least 100,000Indiana
66%
States WITHOUT a national park (or a portion of one)Nevada
66%
States WITHOUT a national park (or a portion of one)Idaho
65%
States that have 3 or less cities with a city proper population of at least 100,000Massachusetts
65%
States WITHOUT a national park (or a portion of one)Michigan
65%
States that have 3 or less cities with a city proper population of at least 100,000Nebraska
65%
States that have 3 or less cities with a city proper population of at least 100,000Missouri
63%
States WITHOUT a national park (or a portion of one)North Carolina
63%
States that have the Northern cardinal as a state birdOregon
61%
States that have the Northern cardinal as a state birdMontana
59%
States whose most populous city is NOT their capitalOhio
59%
States that were originally admitted into the Union from 1820-1870 inclusiveNorth Dakota
58%
States that were originally admitted into the Union from 1820-1870 inclusiveSouth Dakota
58%
States that were originally admitted into the Union from 1820-1870 inclusiveCalifornia
57%
States that have 3 or less cities with a city proper population of at least 100,000Oregon
56%
States WITHOUT a national park (or a portion of one)Alabama
55%
States that have 3 or less cities with a city proper population of at least 100,000Iowa
55%
States that have the Northern cardinal as a state birdIowa
55%
States that were originally admitted into the Union from 1820-1870 inclusiveTexas
54%
States WITHOUT a national park (or a portion of one)Ohio
53%
States WITHOUT a national park (or a portion of one)South Carolina
53%
States that were originally admitted into the Union from 1820-1870 inclusiveKansas
52%
States that have the Northern cardinal as a state birdMaine
51%
States that have the Northern cardinal as a state birdMinnesota
50%
States that were originally admitted into the Union from 1820-1870 inclusiveIowa
49%
States that were originally admitted into the Union from 1820-1870 inclusiveWest Virginia
49%
States WITHOUT a national park (or a portion of one)Nebraska
48%
States that were originally admitted into the Union from 1820-1870 inclusiveColorado
47%
States that have 3 or less cities with a city proper population of at least 100,000Nevada
47%
States that were originally admitted into the Union from 1820-1870 inclusiveWisconsin
47%
States WITHOUT a national park (or a portion of one)Oklahoma
46%
States that have 3 or less cities with a city proper population of at least 100,000Maryland
45%
States that have the Northern cardinal as a state birdMichigan
45%
States that were originally admitted into the Union from 1820-1870 inclusiveMississippi
45%
States that were originally admitted into the Union from 1820-1870 inclusiveTennessee
45%
States that have the Northern cardinal as a state birdWisconsin
45%
States that have the Northern cardinal as a state birdIndiana
44%
States that have the Northern cardinal as a state birdIllinois
43%
States that were originally admitted into the Union from 1820-1870 inclusiveNebraska
43%
States that have 3 or less cities with a city proper population of at least 100,000Oklahoma
43%
States that were originally admitted into the Union from 1820-1870 inclusiveMaine
42%
States that have 3 or less cities with a city proper population of at least 100,000Kansas
41%
States that have 3 or less cities with a city proper population of at least 100,000Kentucky
41%
States WITHOUT a national park (or a portion of one)Wisconsin
41%
States that were originally admitted into the Union from 1820-1870 inclusiveOregon
37%
States that have the Northern cardinal as a state birdOhio
36%
States WITHOUT a national park (or a portion of one)Pennsylvania
35%
States that were originally admitted into the Union from 1820-1870 inclusiveIllinois
32%
States that have the Northern cardinal as a state birdKentucky
31%
States that have the Northern cardinal as a state birdVirginia
28%
States that have the Northern cardinal as a state birdWest Virginia
28%
States that were originally admitted into the Union from 1820-1870 inclusiveNevada
26%
States that have the Northern cardinal as a state birdNorth Carolina
26%
States WITHOUT a national park (or a portion of one)West Virginia
26%
States WITHOUT a national park (or a portion of one)New York
24%

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