Statistics for States That Beat Illinois

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General Stats

  • This quiz has been taken 347 times
    (246 since last reset)
  • The average score is 15 of 18

Answer Stats

RankCategoryAnswer% Correct
10Highest % HispanicNew Mexico | Texas | California | Arizona | Nevada | Florida | Colorado | New Jersey | New York
100%
8Most International TouristsNew York | Florida | California | Nevada | Hawaii | Texas | Massachusetts
98%
6Highest PopulationCalifornia | Texas | Florida | New York | Pennsylvania
92%
8(t)*Highest Tax BurdenNew York | Hawaii | Vermont | Maine | Minnesota | Rhode Island | New Jersey | Connecticut(t)
91%
6Most TornadoesTexas | Kansas | Oklahoma | Nebraska | Florida
91%
7(t)*Highest % CatholicRhode Island | Massachusetts | New Jersey | New Mexico | Connecticut | New York | California(t)
88%
10Fewest Traffic Deaths Per CapitaNew York | Massachusetts | Minnesota | New Jersey | Hawaii | New Hampshire | Washington | Connecticut | Rhode Island
86%
5Largest East of the Mississippi RiverMichigan | Florida | Wisconsin | Georgia
85%
7Least HappyNew York | Connecticut | New Jersey | Michigan | Indiana | California
85%
6Longest Average CommuteNew York | Maryland | New Jersey | Massachusetts | California
85%
7Most Counties or County-EquivalentsTexas | Georgia | Virginia | Kentucky | Missouri | Kansas
85%
4Highest % of Residents Commuting on Public TransitNew York | New Jersey | Massachusetts
84%
8Slowest GrowingWest Virginia | Pennsylvania | Iowa | New York | Ohio | North Dakota | Rhode Island
84%
3Most People LeavingCalifornia | New York
80%
3Shortest Great Lakes CoastlineIndiana | Pennsylvania
77%
2Highest Corn ProductionIowa
74%
6Least ForestedNorth Dakota | Nebraska | South Dakota | Kansas | Iowa
72%
4Most Coal MiningWyoming | West Virginia | Pennsylvania
70%

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