Statistics for Win the U.S. Presidential Election by Answering Questions

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  • The average score is 255 of 538

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Answer Stats

#StateQuestionAnswer% Correct
9COWhat is the capital of Colorado?Denver
86%
38TXWhat river separates Texas from Mexico?Rio Grande
80%
55CAWhat is the lowest point in the United States?Death Valley
75%
6NVWhat military "area" did internet memesters threaten to storm in 2019?Area 51
73%
6UTWhat religious group were the first major European settlers in Utah?Mormons
73%
6IAEvery election year, Iowa holds the first what?Caucus
70%
3AKWhat Vice Presidential candidate hailed from Alaska?Sarah Palin
70%
10WIWhat was the first European country to set up forts in Wisconsin?France
69%
3AKWhat Vice Presidential candidate hailed from Alaska?Sarah Palin
69%
7OKWhat "trail" sent the Cherokee and other tribes to Oklahoma?Trail of {Tears}
68%
6ARWhat major store chain is based in Bentonville?Walmart
68%
11TNWhat city did Nashville recently pass to become the most populous city in Tennessee?Memphis
67%
16GAWhich U.S. president was a peanut farmer from Georgia?Jimmy Carter
66%
10MDWhat type of seafood is Maryland famous for?Crabs
61%
3DCExcluding radio towers, what is the tallest structure in Washington D.C.?Washington Monument
61%
10MDWhat type of seafood is Maryland famous for?Crabs
60%
20PAWhat is the capital of Pennsylvania?Harrisburg
59%
12WAWhat volcano erupted in 1980?Mount St. Helens
58%
3WYWhat is the most famous geyser in Yellowstone National Park?Old Faithful
57%
5WVWhat "barrier" did West Virginia native Chuck Yeager break in 1947?{Sound} Barrier
55%
14NJWhat is New Jersey's nickname?The {Garden} State
55%
11MAWhat famous Revolutionary War battle was mostly fought on Breed's Hill?Battle of {Bunker} Hill
54%
11MAWhat famous Revolutionary War battle was mostly fought on Breed's Hill?Battle of {Bunker} Hill
53%
18OHWhat Ohio-born President was assassinated in 1881?James Garfield
47%
7CTWhat was the most notable book written by Harriet Beecher Stowe?Uncle Tom's Cabin
45%
5NMWhat city named itself after a game show in 1950?{Truth} or Consequences
43%
11INWho was the most famous former mayor of South Bend, Indiana?Pete Buttigieg
41%
13VAWhat Virginian ran for Vice President with Hillary Clinton in 2016?Tim Kaine
37%
6KSWhat 1996 Republican nominee hailed from Kansas?Bob Dole
36%
4NHNot all states have one, but of those that do, New Hampshire has the shortest ...Coastline
36%
13VAWhat Virginian ran for Vice President with Hillary Clinton in 2016?Tim Kaine
36%
9SCOn April 12th 1861, which battle began the U.S. Civil War?Fort Sumter
35%
3MTWhat is the westernmost Canadian province that does not border Montana?Manitoba
35%
29FLWhat is the largest of the Florida Keys?Key Largo
34%
9ALWhich Mobile native hit 755 career home runs?Hank Aaron
32%
8KYWhat is the world's largest cave system?Mammoth Cave
32%
11AZWhere did the bridge in Lake Havasu City originally came from?London
31%
16MIWhat Canadian city is across from Detroit?Windsor
31%
10MNWhat is the mascot of the University of Minnesota?Golden Gopher
28%
8LAWhat "lake" is due north of New Orleans?Lake Pontchartrain
26%
8LAWhat "lake" is due north of New Orleans?Lake Pontchartrain
25%
4IDWhat is the biggest city in Idaho's panhandle?{Coeur} d'Alene
24%
3NDWhat is the third biggest city in North Dakota?Grand {Forks}
24%
4IDWhat is the biggest city in Idaho's panhandle?{Coeur} d'Alene
23%
6MSWhich town was Elvis Presley born in?Tupelo
23%
20ILWhose cow was blamed for starting the Chicago Fire?Mrs. O'Leary's
22%
10MOWhat Ozark tourist town is known for its musical theater?Branson
21%
4HIWhich island is known as The Garden Isle?Kauai
21%
20ILWhose cow was blamed for starting the Chicago Fire?Mrs. O'Leary's
21%
3SDWhich town is known for its annual biker rally?Sturgis
21%
7ORWhat is the highest mountain in Oregon?Mount Hood
20%
15NCWhat is the most visited National Park in the United States?Great Smoky Mountains
19%
29NYWhat is the largest State Park in the United States?Adirondack State Park
17%
3VTWho was the leader of the Green Mountain Boys?Ethan Allen
16%
4MEWhich company had an unlimited return policy until 2018?L.L. Bean
16%
5NEWhat is located under Nebraska?Ogallala {Aquifer}
13%
3DEWhat town calls itself "The Nation's Summer Capital"{Rehoboth} Beach
12%
4RIWho founded Rhode Island?Roger Williams
11%

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