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All United States Counties by Larger Proximity in 60 Seconds

When you name a county (or equivalent) of a U.S. State, all counties within 200km will also be filled in.
Caution: the map is large in size, and with 3k+ answers, the page WILL BE SLOW
Distance here is the centre-centre distance using the latitude/longitude geographical centres provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. (This means for a big county, its borders may not get activated)
Quiz by Stewart
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Last updated: October 25, 2018
First submittedOctober 25, 2018
Times taken17,863
Average score76.7%
Rating4.55
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Level 71
Nov 23, 2018
Excellent quiz!
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Level 43
Dec 11, 2019
Amazing, once again Alaska and the west are making it this hard.
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Level 51
Jul 1, 2020
100%! Nearly missed Kusilvak because I wrote "Kuslivak".
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Level 54
Nov 3, 2021
Untimed, I'm guessing?
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Level 56
Apr 18, 2022
How do you take an untimed quiz?
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Level 68
Apr 18, 2022
Click the little "stop" symbol to the right of the answer box once you've started a quiz.
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Level 38
Aug 28, 2020
Stewart made the new world record for lagging. Lol
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Level 44
May 22, 2021
One word gets you halfway.
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Level 20
Jul 23, 2021
This nearly crashed my computer lol
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Level 44
Nov 3, 2021
First time I've ever seen a 0%... poor Yakutat county lol.
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Level 61
Nov 7, 2021
Yakutat City Borough
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Level 53
Nov 4, 2021
Finally got over 3000
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Level 54
Apr 18, 2022
you can get like 1.5k with just washington
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Level 55
Nov 16, 2022
Try American presidents and other patriots, Indian tribes, explorers, colors, bodies of water, and common last names. :) There are also a lot that begin with "Santa" or "San." One more tip: If you're thinking of big city names, anything ending in ville or berg/burg usually indicates a city only versus a county . . . for example - Hendersonville (city); Henderson County.