Statistics for States that Beat Texas

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General Stats

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  • The average score is 13 of 19

Answer Stats

RankHintAnswer% Correct
2Highest populationCalifornia
99%
2Largest areaAlaska
98%
3Southernmost pointHawaii | Florida
98%
6 (t)Highest recorded temperatureCalifornia | Arizona | Nevada | New Mexico | Kansas
90%
11
Weekly church attendance
(2014, Pew Research)
Utah | Alabama | Tennessee | Mississippi |
South Carolina | Louisiana | West Virginia | Virginia |
Oklahoma | Georgia
85%
2Highest % of population is HispanicNew Mexico
85%
5Most crude oil production per capita (2022)North Dakota | New Mexico | Alaska | Wyoming
82%
4Shortest nameIowa | Ohio | Utah
78%
2Longest international borderAlaska
71%
7Highest % of area is farm or ranch land
Nebraska | South Dakota | North Dakota |
Kansas | Iowa | Oklahoma
70%
8Highest % population are immigrants
California | New Jersey | New York | Florida |
Hawaii | Nevada | Massachusetts
64%
14Highest adult obesity rate (2020)
West Virginia | Mississippi | Oklahoma | Iowa |
Alabama | Louisiana | Arkansas | Kentucky |
Alaska | South Carolina | Ohio | Indiana | North Dakota
63%
9Most coal production (2018)
Wyoming | West Virginia | Pennsylvania | Illinois |
Kentucky | Montana | Indiana | North Dakota
59%
7Highest % population growth since 1960
Nevada | Arizona | Florida | Utah |
Colorado | Alaska
56%
5First capital city alphabetically
New York | Maryland | Georgia | Maine
56%
2Most populous capital cityArizona
42%
9Most prisoners per capita (2018)
Louisiana | Oklahoma | Mississippi | Georgia |
Kentucky | Alabama | Arkansas | Arizona
39%
2Highest number of venomous snake speciesArizona
37%
2Youngest median age of residents (2022)Utah
20%

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