U.S. States with the Lowest Average Elevation

Name the states of the U.S. that have the lowest mean elevation according to Wikipedia.
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Last updated: January 5, 2020
First submittedJanuary 11, 2018
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Average score72.7%
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Elevation
State
60 ft
Delaware
100 ft
Florida
Louisiana
200 ft
Rhode Island
250 ft
New Jersey
300 ft
Mississippi
Elevation
State
350 ft
Maryland
South Carolina
500 ft
Alabama
Connecticut
Massachusetts
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Level 76
Jan 29, 2018
I feel that this could use another minute.
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Level 75
Jan 29, 2018
Or another 15 secs, at least
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Level 86
Jan 30, 2018
Another minute and you could just about guess all 50 states
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Level 68
Feb 1, 2018
Thanks for adding that comment I will add 30 seconds to this quiz is that okay?
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Level 80
Jan 30, 2018
Ah level 70 at last! Feels like an a achievement, quizmaster, do I win a prize?
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Level 59
Jan 30, 2018
Your prize is glory
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Level 80
Jan 31, 2018
I do feel quite glorious
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Level 86
Feb 21, 2018
Don't hold your breath, mrnafe...I'm level 74 and I'm still waiting for my glory to come in the mail :(
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Level 90
May 2, 2018
Alas, glory is only found in lording your high rank over those who have not yet achieved it. Stay boastful my friend.
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Level 80
Jun 20, 2018
Spoken like a true 79'er plats
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Level 87
Dec 10, 2018
Level 80 overlord speaketh.
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Level 70
Jan 30, 2021
Congratulations! Level 64 here, but I SWEAR I will one day reach 70 and beyond!
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Level 53
Apr 16, 2021
i feel sadness among the greats as i am only 47, atleast im doing it pretty fast
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Level 76
May 30, 2021
Level 89, wow-ee.
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Level 44
Jan 30, 2018
Why isn't Kansas on here. It is the flattest state.
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Level 85
Jan 30, 2018
They're not called the High Plains for nothing!
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Level 87
Dec 10, 2018
In elevation prominence the Midwest states would certainly make it, but they're so far inland they start well above sea level, the reference point no matter where you are.

It's always been hard to find information on legitimate elevation relative to surrounding land. Colorado mountains are referenced to the same ocean water that sits right at ground zero on an Alaskan mountain. A kid's pile of dirt in Denver is measured as a bigger mountain than almost anything near the Eastern Seaboard. Flat as a pool table Denver sits on the edge of the plains but starts out at a mile high.

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Level 69
Jan 30, 2018
Massachusetts has the Berkshires, what's in Iowa?
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Level 64
Jan 30, 2018
I know, Massachusetts really surprised me!
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Level 71
Jun 20, 2018
It has the Berkshires, but only in the western third of the state and they aren't that tall (mostly between 1-2,000 feet). Aside from some parts between Springfield and Worcester, the rest of the state is very low in elevation and there's a lot of coastline. Iowa doesn't have any mountains, but its baseline elevation is much higher by virtue of being in the middle of the country (around 800-1000 feet I think).
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Level 82
Feb 1, 2018
Easily got all of the answers right, but didn't have time to finish typing Massachusetts. You need another 30 seconds to reasonably type all of the answers, even if they were just given to you.
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Level 48
Feb 21, 2018
maryland!
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Level 83
Jun 20, 2018
Is that a Delaware gator? Maybe you could put in a picture of a credit card.
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Level 64
Jun 20, 2018
Yes Delaware, it’s the state with the... uhhh... hmmm... It was the first state... i guess
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Level 70
Jun 20, 2018
Can you allow for mis-spelling of Massachusetts by ignorant foreigners?
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Level 61
Jun 20, 2018
If you can spell Azerbaijan and Kyrgyzstan you can spell Massachusetts lol
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Level 71
Jun 20, 2018
When Florida inevitably gets swallowed up by the ocean, it will cause billions of dollars in improvements.
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Level 62
Jun 20, 2018
100%!!!
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Level 74
Oct 4, 2019
Hello, fellow junior JetPunker! This account is run by a 14 y/old and a 15y/old, its nice to find another youth that does this!!
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Level 68
Nov 2, 2019
Cool, I'm twleve!
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Level 61
Jun 22, 2021
13!
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Level 61
Nov 1, 2021
eh. im 6

not really but i'd like to be

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Level 65
Jun 20, 2021
Not sure why New Jersey, which as an aside is where I spent most of my life, is included here. Here's part of the Wikipedia blurb regarding High Point: "it is the highest elevation in the state, with a peak elevation of 1,803 feet (550 m)". There's a monument that sits atop it, and which is approximately 200 feet high, but that's in addition to the 1,803 feet.
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Level 68
Jun 20, 2021
This is by average elevation, not extreme elevation.
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Level 73
Jun 20, 2021
Delaware only has 3 counties.......2 at high tide.
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Level 68
Jun 20, 2021
I didn't know that. That is funny lol
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Level 55
Jun 20, 2021
surprised hawaii isnt on here
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Level 68
Jun 21, 2021
Hawaii has a pretty high elevation, considering every single on of the islands is made up of a volcano, many parts of the islands are high in elevation.
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Level 68
Jun 9, 2022
Hawaii actually made the US States with Highest Elevation quiz!
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Level 56
Jun 20, 2021
I forgot New Jersey existed, typical
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Level 51
Jun 30, 2021
First I tried everything in New England and then I started guessing the obvious states like Florida :)
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Level 68
Jun 9, 2022
So much for the GREAT PLAINS.