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Name a Valid U.S. State - Cities

Name any of the U.S. states that belong in each selected category.
Answer must correspond to the yellow box
Metropolitan and micropolitan areas are as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau.
City proper populations are based on current estimates by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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with a city proper that has 1,000,000 or more people
Arizona | California | Illinois | New York | Pennsylvania | Texas
whose largest city or town proper has fewer than 50,000 people
Vermont | West Virginia
whose largest city or town proper has between 50,000 and 100,000 people
Delaware | Maine | Wyoming
whose largest city proper has a Spanish name, other than California
Nevada | New Mexico
whose largest city proper borders another state (includes cities on rivers that form the border)
Delaware | Illinois | Kentucky | Missouri | Nebraska | New York | North Carolina | North Dakota | Oregon | Pennsylvania | Virginia
whose largest city proper shares its name with the capital or largest city of a different state
Maine | Oregon | South Carolina | West Virginia
whose largest city proper is part of a larger metropolitan area but is not the largest city proper in that metropolitan area
Delaware | New Jersey
whose second largest city or town proper has less than one-fifth the population of the largest city proper, other than New York (not including census-designated places)
Alaska | Illinois | Maryland | New Mexico | Pennsylvania
whose two largest cities proper begin with the same letter
Kentucky | Ohio | Pennsylvania | South Carolina | Washington | Wisconsin | Wyoming
whose second largest city proper is in the same metropolitan area as the largest city proper (not including census-designated places)
Connecticut | Idaho | Illinois | Minnesota | Nevada | New Hampshire | New Jersey | Rhode Island | Utah | Vermont | Virginia
that has a metropolitan area with over 1,000,000 people and also has a national park
Arizona | California | Colorado | Florida | Hawaii | Indiana | Missouri | Ohio | Virginia | Washington
whose capital is the largest city proper in the state
Arizona | Arkansas | Colorado | Georgia | Hawaii | Idaho | Indiana | Iowa | Massachusetts | Mississippi | Ohio | Oklahoma | Rhode Island | Tennessee | Utah | West Virginia | Wyoming
with 10 or more cities and towns proper with more than 100,000 people, other than California and Texas
Arizona | Colorado | Florida | North Carolina
that has a city proper with over 500,000 people that borders another country (including cities on rivers that form the border)
California | Michigan | Texas
whose capital is not among the 10 largest cities proper in the state
Kentucky | Maryland | Missouri | Pennsylvania | Washington
whose capital has a population under 25,000 (city or town proper population)
Maine | South Dakota | Vermont
whose capital is named after a U.S. president
Mississippi | Missouri | Nebraska | Wisconsin
whose capital is part of a larger metropolitan or micropolitan area but is not the largest city or town proper in that metropolitan or micropolitan area
Maryland | Minnesota | Vermont
whose capital is named for a person born in Europe
Alabama | Maryland | New Jersey | New Mexico | New York | North Carolina | North Dakota | Ohio | Pennsylvania | South Carolina
whose current capital was founded before 1700 and is not one of the 13 original colonies
Florida | New Mexico
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Level 65
Mar 25, 2021
Great Quiz! I believe Massachusetts's capital is the largest city proper in that state.
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Level 94
Mar 25, 2021
You are, of course, correct. Fixed.
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Level 54
Jan 8, 2023
I enjoyed this quiz
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Level 94
Jan 8, 2023
Thanks! Glad you enjoyed it.