Statistics for Name a Valid U.S. State Capital

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General Stats

  • This quiz has been taken 44,371 times
    (44,316 since last reset)
  • The average score is 13 of 18

Answer Stats

Name a state capital that ...Answers% Correct
Whose name ends with "city"Carson City | Jefferson City | Oklahoma City | Salt Lake City
91%
Borders the Atlantic OceanAnnapolis | Boston | Providence
85%
Has an elevation over 5000 feetSanta Fe | Cheyenne | Denver
85%
Begins with LLansing | Lincoln | Little Rock
84%
Whose name ends with "polis"Annapolis | Indianapolis
79%
Is named for a U.S. PresidentLincoln | Jackson | Jefferson City | Madison
79%
Gets less than 12 inches of annual precipitationPhoenix | Carson City | Helena | Boise
79%
Was settled by Europeans before 1630Santa Fe | Albany | Boston
77%
Has hosted the Summer or Winter OlympicsAtlanta | Salt Lake City
73%
Whose name comes from FrenchBaton Rouge | Boise | Des Moines | Juneau |
Montpelier | Pierre
73%
Starts with the same letter as its stateDover | Honolulu | Indianapolis | Oklahoma City
73%
More than 500 miles from any other state capitalHonolulu | Juneau
65%
Gets more than 55 inches of annual precipitationJuneau | Baton Rouge | Tallahassee
65%
Is more than 800 miles from the seaPierre | Cheyenne | Des Moines
62%
Gained over 150,000 residents
from 2000–2020
Austin | Phoenix | Columbus | Raleigh |
Oklahoma City | Denver
56%
Has a population under 20,000Montpelier | Pierre | Augusta
56%
On the Mississippi riverBaton Rouge | St. Paul
52%
Borders another stateCarson City | Trenton
29%

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