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US States and State Capitals Quiz

With the help of a map, can you name the 50 states of the U.S. and also their capitals?
Quiz by Vicky
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Last updated: January 11, 2022
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First submittedDecember 2, 2019
Times taken45,038
Average score78.0%
Rating4.98
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State
Capital City
Alabama
Montgomery
Alaska
Juneau
Arizona
Phoenix
Arkansas
Little Rock
California
Sacramento
Colorado
Denver
Connecticut
Hartford
Delaware
Dover
Florida
Tallahassee
Georgia
Atlanta
Hawaii
Honolulu
Idaho
Boise
Illinois
Springfield
Indiana
Indianapolis
Iowa
Des Moines
Kansas
Topeka
Kentucky
Frankfort
State
Capital City
Louisiana
Baton Rouge
Maine
Augusta
Maryland
Annapolis
Massachusetts
Boston
Michigan
Lansing
Minnesota
Saint Paul
Mississippi
Jackson
Missouri
Jefferson City
Montana
Helena
Nebraska
Lincoln
Nevada
Carson City
New Hampshire
Concord
New Jersey
Trenton
New Mexico
Santa Fe
New York
Albany
North Carolina
Raleigh
North Dakota
Bismarck
State
Capital City
Ohio
Columbus
Oklahoma
Oklahoma City
Oregon
Salem
Pennsylvania
Harrisburg
Rhode Island
Providence
South Carolina
Columbia
South Dakota
Pierre
Tennessee
Nashville
Texas
Austin
Utah
Salt Lake City
Vermont
Montpelier
Virginia
Richmond
West Virginia
Charleston
Washington
Olympia
Wisconsin
Madison
Wyoming
Cheyenne
+20
Level 70
Nov 4, 2021
Okay, here goes. *cue fiddle music*
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Level 55
Nov 23, 2021
"Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Indianapolis, Indiana, and Columbus is the capital of Ohio!"
+9
Level 54
Nov 23, 2021
"There's Montgomery, Alabama, south of Helena, Montana, then there's Denver, Colorado, under Boise, Idaho!"
+6
Level 58
Nov 25, 2021
"Texas, has Austin then we go north,

to Massachusetts Boston, and Albany, New York!"

+6
Level 50
Nov 25, 2021
"Tallahassee Florida, Washington D.C., Santa Fe New Mexico and Nashville Tennessee"
+5
Level 89
Dec 9, 2021
"Elvis used to hang out there a lot, you know."
+5
Level 54
Feb 23, 2022
"Trenton's in New Jersey, north of Jefferson, Missouri

You've got Richmond in Virginia, South Dakota has Pierre"

+4
Level 51
Mar 13, 2022
"Harrisburg's in Pennsylvania and Augusta's up in Maine,

And here is Providence, Rhode Island, next to Dover, Delaware"

+3
Level 49
Mar 16, 2022
"Concord, New Hampshire, just a quick jaunt, to Montpelier, which is up in Vermont;

Hartford's in Connecticut, so pretty in the fall, and Kansas has Topeka, Minnesota has St. Paul."

+2
Level 56
Mar 21, 2022
"Juneau's in Alaska, and there's Lincoln in Nebraska;

And it's Raleigh out in North Carolina and then,"

+2
Level 21
Aug 25, 2022
There's Madison Wisconsin and Olympia in Washington Phoenix Arizona and Lansing Michigan
+1
Level 73
Dec 29, 2022
"Here's Honolulu, Hawaii's a joy,

Jackson, Mississippi and Springfield, Illinois,"

+1
Level 51
Jan 5, 2023
Wow, Ohio has a lot of capital
+1
Level 70
Apr 13, 2022
This is EXACTLY how I filled it out. Though it has always driven me crazy that they mispronounced Pierre. (The capital of South Dakota is pronounced "pier", to rhyme with "fear".)
+1
Level 73
Dec 29, 2022
Also, no one calls Jefferson City just "Jefferson."
+4
Level 57
Nov 5, 2021
I can't believe it took this long to be featured. Great quiz!
+4
Level 83
Nov 6, 2021
Finally after all these years I got all the state capitals. Seems like there would always be one I couldn't remember. Hopefully it sticks.
+2
Level 55
Nov 23, 2021
96/100 :(

So close.

+1
Level 58
Nov 23, 2021
Very good! I got all of them with 3 minutes left, and I'm not American (though I'd say most Americans wouldn't be able to name all of them)
+3
Level 44
Apr 21, 2022
How rude
+1
Level 73
May 30, 2022
He’s not wrong, but also kinda unfair...
+4
Level 57
Nov 23, 2021
Got 99/100, but it's hate week so I couldn't type the city that contains that awful school. I'll have to retake it next week to get the full 100. Us college football fans are weird!
+1
Level 26
Dec 6, 2021
Yeah same. I got 99 too, I was literally in between writing Nebraska's capital Lincoln and what's next? "Times' up"
+3
Level 25
Nov 23, 2021
Had to spend a minute trying to spell Juneau...
+2
Level 88
Nov 23, 2021
Got to 99 with 20 minutes left. Glad to know my mental block was the least guessed answer. All hail the capital of New Hampshire, our least memorable one.
+1
Level 35
Nov 24, 2021
100/100 with 1.31 left..

im not american :(

im asian but ive been to kansas and san francisco before

+1
Level 44
Nov 21, 2022
bros literally me
+1
Level 53
Nov 24, 2021
woo 100%
+1
Level 36
Nov 25, 2021
I learned all this 3 years ago, and haven't touched it since. Decided to try it again now for fun because I just learned all the countries and I've been trying to find another challenge, but I learned it all again in like 15 minutes and got 100/100. Next, I'm going continent by continent to learn all 196 capitals of each country. Wish me luck :)
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Level 25
Nov 25, 2021
It ain't easy for polish person :D only 48/100
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Level 49
Nov 25, 2021
I'm amazed at the percentages of correct answers. I guess most people who took this quiz are American because even with fairly decent geography knowledge many of the state capitals were super difficult to guess as a European.
+1
Level 63
Jan 11, 2022
Bismarck is spelled incorrectly.
+2
Level 55
Jan 12, 2022
This has been fixed.
+1
Level 76
Jan 12, 2022
This is more of a typing test than anything. :)
+1
Level 20
Jun 8, 2022
fr
+2
Level 75
Jan 18, 2022
Nice quiz.
+1
Level 44
Nov 21, 2022
Did it in 2:37
+1
Level 40
Jan 12, 2023
I'd love a version without the map for an added challenge!