Statistics for Name a Valid U.S. State - Cities

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    (194 since last reset)
  • The average score is 15 of 20

Answer Stats

Name a state ...Answer% Correct
with a city proper that has 1,000,000 or more peopleArizona | California | Illinois | New York | Pennsylvania | Texas
100%
whose largest city proper has a Spanish name, other than CaliforniaNevada | New Mexico
91%
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
87%
whose largest city or town proper has between 50,000 and 100,000 peopleDelaware | Maine | Wyoming
86%
whose largest city or town proper has fewer than 50,000 peopleVermont | West Virginia
84%
whose capital is the largest city proper in the stateArizona | Arkansas | Colorado | Georgia | Hawaii | Idaho | Indiana | Iowa | Massachusetts | Mississippi | Ohio | Oklahoma | Rhode Island | Tennessee | Utah | West Virginia | Wyoming
81%
with 10 or more cities and towns proper with more than 100,000 people, other than California and TexasArizona | Colorado | Florida | North Carolina
79%
that has a metropolitan area with over 1,000,000 people and also has a national parkArizona | California | Colorado | Florida | Hawaii | Indiana | Missouri | Ohio | Virginia | Washington
78%
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
78%
whose capital is named after a U.S. presidentMississippi | Missouri | Nebraska | Wisconsin
74%
whose largest city proper shares its name with the capital or largest city of a different stateMaine | Oregon | South Carolina | West Virginia
72%
whose two largest cities proper begin with the same letterKentucky | Ohio | Pennsylvania | South Carolina | Washington | Wisconsin | Wyoming
69%
whose capital has a population under 25,000 (city or town proper population)Maine | South Dakota | Vermont
68%
whose capital is not among the 10 largest cities proper in the stateKentucky | Maryland | Missouri | Pennsylvania | Washington
67%
whose capital is named for a person born in EuropeAlabama | Maryland | New Jersey | New Mexico | New York | North Carolina | North Dakota | Ohio | Pennsylvania | South Carolina
65%
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
65%
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
63%
whose current capital was founded before 1700 and is not one of the 13 original coloniesFlorida | New Mexico
63%
whose largest city proper is part of a larger metropolitan area but is not the largest city proper in that metropolitan areaDelaware | New Jersey
59%
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 areaMaryland | Minnesota | Vermont
49%

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