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Easiest JetPunk Answers #2

For each JetPunk quiz, name the answer that is guessed the highest percentage of the time.
According to JetPunk stats as of May 5, 2016
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First submittedMay 9, 2016
Last updatedMay 10, 2016
Times taken19,634
Rating3.54
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Quiz
Easiest Answer
Countries starting with A
Australia
African Great Lakes
Lake Victoria
Biggest Mediterranean islands
Sicily
Countries touching the Caspian Sea
Russia
Islands in the Philippines
Luzon
Canary Islands
Tenerife
Las Vegas casinos
Bellagio
National capitals starting with D
Dublin
Smallest countries
Vatican City
Chemical elements with 5
or fewer letters
Gold
Quiz
Easiest Answer
Plagues of Egypt
Locusts
Santa's reindeer
Rudolph
Hebrew letters
Alef
States of Germany
Bavaria
Boroughs of London
Kensington and
Chelsea
Top U.S. cash crops
Corn
Major League Baseball MVPs
Babe Ruth
Will Smith movies
Men in Black
Nobel Prizes
Peace
USA National Parks
Yellowstone
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level 72
May 9, 2016
It certainly would have helped to know whether we were looking for US state capitals or national capitals.
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level 72
May 9, 2016
Or Venezuelan state capitals
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level 82
May 10, 2016
Didn't even enter my mind that it could be state capitals. Anyway, after you typed in all three starting with a D, it can't have been too hard to go for national capitals?
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level ∞
May 10, 2016
Changed the text from "capital cities" to "national capitals" to avoid confusion.
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level 70
May 10, 2016
I think I must have tried every A country in the world before Australia. And Rudolph was my first stab - though I never think of him as a "real" one like the other 8. Fun quiz - especially since I got 100%. Those are my favorites.
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level 34
Jan 23, 2019
I dont count rudolph as a real reindeer either.
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level 62
May 11, 2016
A quiz that tests if you look at the stats in each quiz you take and recommends you quizzes you have never heard(maybe)
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level 62
May 25, 2016
Please accept some alternative spellings for Tenerife. Spent so long trying to spell that and didn't end up getting it. I must have tried every combination of double letters. Didn't think to try all singles.
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level 65
Aug 10, 2016
Little tip: in spanish, double letters don't exist beside double L and double R, because they have a different sound^^
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level 66
Jun 12, 2016
So, at the moment, "Kensington and Chelsea" is officially the hardest easiest answer. Muhaha.
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level 34
Jun 12, 2016
Now it's Alef.
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level 75
Jun 12, 2016
For the Nobel prizes I kept trying people like Mandela and Einstein, ah well.
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level 77
Jun 12, 2016
haha me too
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level 61
Jun 13, 2016
Me three. Maybe "type of Nobel Prize" would be more fitting.
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level 78
Feb 11, 2018
same here
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level 59
Jun 12, 2016
The easiest answer in this quiz is "Rudolph".
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level 61
Jun 12, 2016
Now someone has to do a "Super Easiest Jetpunk Answers," where you have to name the most guessed answers from these quizzes...
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level 62
Jun 12, 2016
Probably when there's about 20 of these quizzes, sure
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level 66
Jun 12, 2016
Interesting that most of the time, the answer wasn't my first guess.
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level 49
Jun 12, 2016
At least, I get the one from my own quiz.
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level 23
Jun 12, 2016
Bellagio? Really. I thought it would have been something like MGM Grand. When I think of Bellagio, I think of the fountains.
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level 70
Jun 12, 2016
I didn't even know the name Bellagio... but now I do, and what's more I know it's the one with the fountains!
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level 67
Jun 13, 2016
I started by listing the ones robbed in Oceans 11. Seemed like that would be something that even non-Vegas goers might recognize.
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level 25
Sep 22, 2017
i guessed mgm first
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level 77
Jun 12, 2016
America, Africa, Arabia... dang it...
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level 66
Jun 13, 2016
Could 'aurum' be accepted for 'gold'? After all, that's the latin term, it's the source for the 'Au' abbreviation, and it's also got 5 letters or less.
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level 48
Mar 1, 2017
seems a bit dated to be honest. I've never met anybody who refers to gold as aurum.
+3
level 67
Feb 11, 2018
There is always one who looks up some obscure 'other' name for an answer, do you really want us to believe you tried 'aurum' before you tried gold?
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level 55
Jan 20, 2019
Five aurum rings
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level 47
Jun 13, 2016
can you accept maize for corn?
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level 44
Nov 29, 2016
I feel bad for the 14% that didn't get Rudolph xD
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level 33
Nov 8, 2017
I thought it would be tin or iron, not gold!
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level 49
Feb 11, 2018
I think it would be better to put types of Nobel prizes, instead of just Nobel Prizes.
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level 24
Jul 30, 2018
For the Borough's of London I would've thought City of London, Westminster or Greenwich would've been the most easiest
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level 61
May 9, 2019
I think not everyone knows there's an actual borough named "... London". Chelsea is probably most guessed because of the soccer team. Even I, who doesn't care for Soccer at all knew that.
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level 56
Jun 12, 2019
I READ 'BASKETBALL' INSTEAD OF BASEBALL