You could also give a hint for the "four corners" spots, I like the idea but touching only by a point is arguably not really a "border".
But I was mostly complaining about the size of the picture. It doesn't even take all the width of the answer columns... the 48 states look really tiny. The quiz is still pleasurable thanks to the zoom, but it could be better. Is it because of the size of the file? If it is possible to zoom, I don't see why the scale of the picture couldn't be chosen to better fill the space (sorry, it's hard for me to explain this in English, and I'm not a specialist of IT at all either).
As for the projection, I just regret the choice of Mercator, though another one would not solve the width problem. This is in absolute terms, of course, I don't ask you to redo all the work for that.
Four corners: Well, for me, a border is a line, not just a dot. I would say Utah and New Mexico touch, but don't border. I accept your choice though, just asking for a clarification in the header, that's all.
not sure how it could be done. maybe for example you type columbia-washington-oregon and a blue border appears?
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