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United States Multiple Choice Country Quiz

Do you know these facts about the United States of America?
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Last updated: January 21, 2021
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1. What is the capital of the U.S.?
New York
Philadelphia
Los Angeles
Washington D.C.
2. True or false. The U.S has 50 states.
False
True
3. What is the most populous U.S. state?
California
Florida
Texas
New York
California has about 39.5 million people.
4. What is the least populous U.S. state?
Wyoming
Vermont
Alaska
North Dakota
Wyoming has a population of about 579,000
5. What was the most recent state to join the U.S?
Washington D.C.
Alaska
Hawaii
Arizona
Hawaii was admitted into the U.S. on August 21, 1959. Alaska was admitted on January 3, 1959.
6. What is the most populous U.S. city?
New York City
Miami
Chicago
Los Angeles
7. What is the most densely populated U.S. state?
California
New Jersey
Rhode Island
New York
New Jersey has 467.2 people per square kilometer (1,210.1/sqmi).
8. What is the least densely populated U.S. state?
Wyoming
North Dakota
Montana
Alaska
Alaska has 0.5 people per square kilometer (1.3/sqmi)
9. What U.S. war did the most Americans die in?
The Revolutionary War
World War I
World War II
Civil War
Approximately 620,000 people died in the American Civil War
10. Which country has the most immigrants living in the U.S.?
Mexico
India
Philippines
China
Mexico has roughly 11.2 million immigrants living in the U.S.
11. Which U.S. border is longer?
Canada
Mexico
12. What is the largest lake in the U.S.?
Lake Michigan
Lake Huron
Lake Erie
Lake Superior
Lake Superior has an area of 82,103 sq km (31,700 sq mi).
13. What is the longest river in the U.S.?
Colorado River
Mississippi/Missouri River
Rio Grande
Yukon River
The Mississippi and Missouri are about 2,300 miles long.
14. Who was the first president of the U.S.?
Thomas Jefferson
George Washington
John Adams
Abraham Lincoln
15. Which of the following political parties in the U.S. have never had a president in office?
Republican Party
Democratic Party
Federalist Party
Democratic-Republican Party
Whig Party
Green Party
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