Statistics for April Fools' Quiz #8

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General Stats

  • This quiz has been taken 10,323 times
  • The average score is 14 of 20

Answer Stats

QuestionAnswer% Correct
What year comes after 1 B.C.?0 A.D.
91%
What is the hottest planet in the Solar System, and also the second smallest?Mercury
90%
Which continent's life expectancy has decreased in recent decades due to diseases
such as HIV and Ebola?
Africa
89%
In what country do sharks, snakes, and crocodiles kill about 10,000 people every year?Australia
87%
Which U.S. state had the highest COVID death rate, mostly due to overcrowded beaches?Florida
86%
What is the most valuable crop in the United States? (Hint: it's illegal in many states!)Marijuana
83%
What famous martial artist was born in Hong Kong in 1941?Bruce Lee
81%
What 13th century pandemic does the nursery rhyme "Ring Around the Rosie" refer to?Black Death
77%
What was Gandhi's first name?Mahatma
76%
Whose last words were "Et tu, Brute?"Julius Caesar
74%
Who is credited as the author of 34 plays, even though most of them were written
by Francis Bacon and Christopher Marlowe?
William
Shakespeare
71%
What holiday was invented during the Middle Ages as a Jewish alternative to Christmas?Hanukkah
68%
Who, according to Catholic dogma, cannot possibly make a mistake or commit a sin?The Pope
66%
What holiday was invented by devil worshippers in Salem, Massachusetts in 1645?Halloween
66%
Which European country had the highest COVID death rate in 2020, because they
refused to impose any quarantines?
Sweden
64%
Who wrote the famous feminist song "R.E.S.P.E.C.T"?Aretha Franklin
62%
What sport takes its name from the phrase "Gentlemen Only, Ladies Forbidden"?Golf
61%
In what country would you find the Mojave dessert?Mexico
60%
Who wrote the song "Nothing Compares 2 U" in 1989 after her husband Seamus left her?Sinead O'Connor
47%
What type of people are gradually going extinct, with the last one projected
to be born somewhere in Scandinavia around 2200 AD?
Blondes
27%

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