Statistics for Extremely Hard General Knowledge #13

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  • This quiz has been taken 459 times
  • The average score is 5 of 20

Answer Stats

HintAnswer% Correct
Excluding Alaska, which is the furthest north U.S. state?Minnesota
56%
What year did the channel tunnel that connects England and France open?1994
53%
What is the most popular (550+) name for a pub in the United Kingdom?The Red Lion
47%
The family surnames Dingle, Sugden and Tate appear frequently in which UK soap opera?Emmerdale
39%
How many feature films did Elvis Presley star in?31
34%
In the First Persian Empire who was the father of Xerxes the Great?Darius the Great
31%
In which city in Connecticut is Yale University located in?New Haven
27%
A Tequila Sunrise traditionally contains tequila, orange juice and what pomegranate syrup?Grenadine
25%
Who was the interviewer in the famous 1995 Panaroma Interview with Princess Diana?Martin Bashir
24%
In the year 1967 in South Africa, who performed the first heart transplant?Christiaan Barnard
22%
What is the name of a Beavers home?Lodge
21%
Who had 3 UK Number 1s in the 70s with 'Tiger Feet, 'Lonely this Christmas' and 'Oh Boy'Mud
18%
In Greek mythology who was the goddess of magic and sorcery?Hecate
11%
What was the first animated film to be nominated for the Best Picture Oscar?Beauty and the Beast (1991)
10%
Who starred as Robin in the 1966 Batman movie?Burt Ward
10%
Found in Norway, what is the name of the world's northernmost city?Hammerfest
9%
Who did Goran Ivanišević defeat in the 2001 Wimbledon Men's final?Pat Rafter
9%
Which U.S President had the nickname 'His Fraudulency'?Rutherford B. Hayes
6%
What does the gene editing technology CRISPR stand for?Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats
2%
Who won Gold for Great Britain in the Finn Sailing event at the 2016 and 2020 Olympic Games?Giles Scott
1%

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