Most-Guessed 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 1, 2020
Based on a user's first attempt of a quiz
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Last updated: May 1, 2020
First submittedMay 9, 2016
Times taken29,589
Rating3.96
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Quiz
%
Answer
Countries of the World
97
United States
Countries starting with A
88
Australia
African Great Lakes
99
Lake Victoria
Biggest Mediterranean islands
93
Sicily
Islands in the Philippines
95
Luzon
Canary Islands
88
Tenerife
National capitals starting with D
80
Dublin
Largest land animals of North
and South America
92
Brown bear
Smallest countries
98
Vatican City
Chemical elements with 5
or fewer letters
88
Gold
Quiz
%
Answer
Top U.S. cash crops
98
Corn
U.S. National Parks
95
Yellowstone
Countries on the Caspian Sea
94
Russia
Hebrew letters
91
Alef
Plagues of Egypt
83
Locusts
Santa's reindeer
96
Rudolph
20 northernmost cities in England
94
Manchester
Houses of British monarchs
* as in dynasties
92
Tudor
States of Germany
95
Bavaria
Types of Nobel Prizes
96
Peace
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Level 72
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 81
Oct 23, 2019
Don't be those jerks who don't let him in your games.
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Level 75
Sep 11, 2020
@someone2018 I hear he's been permabanned from jetpunk
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Level 28
Sep 16, 2020
My dad is from Israel so i can speak Hebrew. I guessed alef first!
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Level 64
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 63
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 62
Sep 11, 2020
in fact there are doble CC ("Acción"), doble RR ("Perro"), doble LL ("Llave") and more rarely doble NN for some latin words ("Perenne")
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Level 55
Sep 11, 2020
jeepy mentioned 'rr' and 'll' which are different sounds to 'r' and 'l', and 'cc' is a 'ks' (or 'kth') sound so it's not like random double letters in English with the same pronunciation as a single letter.
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Level 79
Jun 12, 2016
For the Nobel prizes I kept trying people like Mandela and Einstein, ah well.
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Level 80
Jun 12, 2016
haha me too
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Level 63
Jun 13, 2016
Me three. Maybe "type of Nobel Prize" would be more fitting.
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Level 83
Feb 11, 2018
same here
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Level ∞
May 1, 2020
Finally fixed this. Thanks.
+1
Level 59
Jun 12, 2016
The easiest answer in this quiz is "Rudolph".
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Level 81
May 8, 2020
And yet I went through the other eight first. My first thought is "Twas the Night Before Christmas", not "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer".
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Level 55
Sep 11, 2020
qrikey
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Level 62
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 64
Jun 12, 2016
Probably when there's about 20 of these quizzes, sure
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Level 70
Jun 12, 2016
Interesting that most of the time, the answer wasn't my first guess.
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Level 48
Jun 12, 2016
At least, I get the one from my own quiz.
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Level 80
Jun 12, 2016
America, Africa, Arabia... dang it...
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Level 81
Oct 23, 2019
Don't forget Asia and the Antarctic Democratic Republic.
+1
Level 69
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 49
Mar 1, 2017
seems a bit dated to be honest. I've never met anybody who refers to gold as aurum.
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Level 70
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 67
May 5, 2020
I really wouldn't call it obscure, definitely not when the subject is already chemical elements. But is it common in everyday use, no, and the element in English is commonly referred to as gold.

Semantics, but it asks for the element, we call it gold in English, if it had asked for the name of the element, I think there would be a better argument that Aurum should be accepted. (not that it d bad to add it currently, but if it is necessary..)

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Level 55
Jan 20, 2019
Five aurum rings
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Level 55
Oct 5, 2020
Still works!
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Level 81
Oct 23, 2019
Nobody would rob Fort Knox if you told them it was full of aurum.
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Level 55
Sep 11, 2020
wth
+5
Level 47
Jun 13, 2016
can you accept maize for corn?
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Level ∞
May 1, 2020
Yes, finally got around to this.
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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 82
Aug 27, 2020
I tried neon and tin first
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Level 67
Nov 18, 2019
I wondered how many people answered africa for the "counties starting with a". Both here and in the original quiz. I am sure some must have atleast been tempted. And if you would ask people outside of this site, somewhere on the street for example, some people will definitely have answered that, I am sure of it.

(hey, better keep your expectations low and then be surprised right)

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Level 55
Oct 5, 2020
I assume it's impossible, but it would be so much fun if there was a way to find the most popular wrong answers for quizzes!
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Level 72
May 2, 2020
Did anyone else keep trying different spellings of Michegan Winnipeg, Huron etc before realising that the lake is in Africa?
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Level 79
May 2, 2020
No, but I wasted a lot of time trying to name one of the 20 most northern cities in Europe. I couldn't believe none of my answers were working until I finally reread the clue.
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Level 34
Jun 13, 2020
I thought of Doha, Damascus and Dili before realizing it was Dublin
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Level 75
Sep 11, 2020
I had Dodoma, Damascus, Djibouti City, Dushanbe, and then ran out of time.
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Level 44
Sep 12, 2020
It seems to me that Delhi comes up more frequently.
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Level 57
Aug 10, 2020
Maybe a link to these quizzes in the stats, so that after completing the quiz, we can go to that quiz easily. As after doing the quiz, I thought I should do Types of Nobel Prizes, as that would give me easy 5 points (as I was speedrunning to 5k points). It would became more convenient for users to reach to these quizzes.
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Level 57
Sep 11, 2020
Noooo.... I tried Llama, Bison, Alpaca and at last Polar Bear (╥﹏╥)...
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Level 54
Sep 11, 2020
Dang it, I always try and spell Sicily with an extra 'c' otherwise did ok
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Level 56
Sep 11, 2020
1:44... lost a while on Gold!
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Level 56
Sep 30, 2020
Today I learned that I can't spell locusts and that brown bears are bigger than bison.