Statistics for Ohio A-Z

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  • The average score is 15 of 26

Answer Stats

HintAnswer% Correct
AFirst man to walk on the moonNeil Armstrong
98%
EBordering Great LakeErie
94%
ORiver on the southern borderOhio
88%
WLast name of Orville and WilburWright
88%
VOnly state that is the birthplace
of more Presidents than Ohio
Virginia
87%
TMajor city on EToledo
77%
DCity where Bosnian peace
accords were signed in 1995
Dayton
75%
KUniversity where four protesters
were killed in 1970
Kent State
75%
RWhat Akron has historically been
the capital of (hint: Goodyear)
Rubber
74%
JBasketball's "The King"LeBron James
73%
BState nicknameThe {Buckeye} State
71%
GPresident born in
Point Pleasant, Ohio in 1822
Ulysses S. Grant
67%
MPresident assassinated in 1901William McKinley
67%
UAnti-slavery novel written by Ohio
resident Harriet Beecher Stowe
Uncle Tom's
Cabin
66%
IOhio's name comes from this
Native American language
Iroquois
65%
N"Cool Hand Luke" actorPaul Newman
52%
CRiver that caught on fire in 1969Cuyahoga
47%
YCity that has been shrinking
by 60% since 1959
Youngstown
44%
ZOhio resident who popularized
the western novel
{Zane} Grey
43%
QCincinnati's modern nicknameThe {Queen} City
41%
LCity where "Glee" is setLima
33%
XCity / Greek word for hospitalityXenia
33%
HMetro Cincinnati's biggest suburbHamilton
23%
PCincinnati's 1800s nickname{Pork}opolis
21%
SOhio State marching band{Script} Ohio
21%
FDJ credited with popularizing
the term "rock & roll"
Alan Freed
17%

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