Statistics for State Capitals That Beat Oklahoma City

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  • The average score is 11 of 13

Answer Stats

RankCategoryState Capital% Correct
8Most Populous (City Proper)Phoenix | Austin | Columbus | Indianapolis | Denver | Boston | Nashville
100%
10Highest ElevationSanta Fe | Cheyenne | Denver | Carson City | Salt Lake City | Helena | Boise | Bismarck | Pierre
100%
9Farthest From Another State CapitalHonolulu | Juneau | Phoenix | Austin | Salt Lake City | Helena | Boise | Santa Fe
98%
7Most Populous in 1960 (City Proper)Boston | Denver | Atlanta | Indianapolis | Columbus | Phoenix
94%
7Closest to Denver, ColoradoCheyenne | Santa Fe | Salt Lake City | Pierre | Lincoln | Topeka
92%
4Closest to MexicoPhoenix | Austin | Santa Fe
92%
2 (t)Longest NameJefferson City | Indianapolis (t) | Salt Lake City (t)
88%
8Longest River AlongsideBismarck | Jefferson City | Pierre | Baton Rouge | St. Paul | Little Rock | Austin
86%
5Most Populous State Capital Without a NFL Team (Metro Area)Sacramento | Austin | Columbus | Providence
86%
4Farthest From a State BorderAustin | Phoenix | Helena
78%
2Largest Area (City Proper)Juneau
67%
2Tallest BuildingAtlanta
63%
2Highest Scrabble ValueJefferson City
57%

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