EU Countries Quiz

Name the member countries of the European Union.
€ = Euro currency
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Last updated: December 5, 2019
First submittedFebruary 6, 2012
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Country
Austria
Belgium
 
Bulgaria
 
Croatia
Cyprus
 
Czech Republic
 
Denmark
 
Country
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
 
Hungary
Ireland
 
Country
Italy
Latvia
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherlands
 
Poland
 
Country
Portugal
 
Romania
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
 
Sweden
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Level 55
Feb 6, 2012
I am Canadian and got all of them...
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Level 30
Jun 22, 2018
I am British and got them all but I almost forgot Poland XD
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Level 44
Aug 20, 2019
I am Austrian and got them all. Literally almost forgot our neighbor, Hungary! *facepalm*
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Level 51
Apr 19, 2020
I am Indian and got them all! Almost forgot Luxembourg, though.
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Level 12
Feb 6, 2012
gotta catch em all
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Level 10
Feb 7, 2012
forgot Malta
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Level 34
Feb 3, 2020
So you thought that Malta had pride?
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Level 54
Feb 7, 2012
Actually didn't knew about Cyprus. But easy enough, I'm norwegian (and proud over not being a part of EU).
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Level 49
Jul 3, 2013
Norway is in the Schengen area however and complies with most EU laws allowing free trade and movement of people. So, can't escape it completley ;)
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Level 68
Jun 18, 2016
I happened to be in Norway in 1994, just before the EU vote. A lot of Europeans thought you guys were pretty crazy for voting no back then. A lot more wish they'd voted no now.
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Level 69
Apr 19, 2020
Norway is a country with a small population sitting on top of a lot of oil and fish - they don't join because they don't want to share. But they have to obey all the EU laws and rules, pay 75% of the membership fee and don't get a say or vote on the laws they have to follow. Foolish
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Level 40
May 26, 2020
*know
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Level 35
Feb 7, 2012
23/27, not bad
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Level 36
Feb 23, 2012
All but 5. Missed portugal
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Level 44
Feb 24, 2012
Got them all, Bulagria stumped me for a moment though...
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Level 20
Apr 10, 2012
I got them all on the first try! Whoop whoop :)
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Level 41
Apr 28, 2012
is cyprus even in Europe?
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Level 49
Jul 3, 2013
In a purely geographical sense, no. However with its ethnic-Greek population (at least in the Republic of Cyprus; the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus is not in the EU) it is considered by many to be 'culturally' European.
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Level 79
Jul 10, 2013
It's further west than Ukraine, and about on the same latitude as Malta or the southern tip of Greece. What pure geographical laws dictate that Cyprus isn't in Europe?
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Level 59
Jul 3, 2015
@Kalbahamut: That Cyprus is closer to the Asian mainland than to the European mainland, most notably.
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Level 79
Jul 3, 2015
That's not a geographical law and if I wanted to I could name all sorts of accepted conventions that defy it.
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Level 48
Jun 25, 2016
The widely accepted division between Europe and Asia are the Ural mountains, the Caucasus mountains and the Bosporus strait, leading south between Turkey and Greece. Cyprus is geographicalli very much Asian more than European. It is even on the Anatolyan tectonic plate and not the Eurasian one. Deal with it.
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Level 79
Jun 22, 2018
you're just making bold, confident pronouncements as if your words carry some authority when in reality you don't even know what you're talking about, like most people do. Deal with it. It's not "very much" in Asia any more than the Greek island of Kos is very much in Asia, or the Aleutian or Hawaiian islands are very much in Asia, or Malta is very much in Africa, or East Timor is very much in Oceania. Alaska is on the same tectonic plate as Asia. DEAL WITH IT!! ::grimace:: human are so irritating. Why not just admit that it's arbitrary, or that you don't really know? instead you have to commit full force to some bit of geography trivia, wrap your ego up in said commitment, and then get condescending about it?
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Level 67
Jan 18, 2019
Sounds familiar..
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Level 79
Aug 12, 2019
Indeed
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Level 82
Feb 1, 2020
Why not just consider it to be both European and Asian, just for the hell of it? Maybe that way all the complaints will die down.
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Level 51
Apr 19, 2020
Now, why don't we join Europe and Asia?
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Level 38
Feb 1, 2020
Yeah it's confusing because geographically seen it's in Asia, but because of political and cultural reasons it's also partof Europe, it's the same with Armenia and Georgia.
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Level 40
Apr 4, 2020
It's in the EU, that's whst this quiz is about!
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Level 40
May 26, 2020
@AlexThirkell no-one said it isn’t.
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Level 47
Feb 1, 2020
You must be new to this site. It's a running joke that we constantly argue about whether Cyprus is in Europe or not.
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Level 29
May 9, 2012
Only missed Portugal
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Level 35
Jul 19, 2012
Missed Italy cos I'm strange.
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Level 23
Jul 3, 2015
SAME
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Level 40
Jun 2, 2016
ur not alone!!
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Level 71
Jun 25, 2016
Italy was the last one I needed I just got it with six seconds.
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Level 52
Oct 4, 2012
24/27 Missed Hungary and Slovakia. I tried to spell Luxembourg a few times but I guess I was unsuccessful.
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Level 44
Feb 3, 2020
Awww but you got it correctly now!
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Level 16
Oct 6, 2012
100% on first try with 2 seconds left. Just got Luxembourg- didn't think it would be on.
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Level 67
Feb 1, 2020
I wonder why? It seems like one of the more obvious ones
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Level 19
Mar 24, 2013
100 % with 2:10 left I'm from Europe though
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Level 40
May 5, 2013
In a few years time you can take the UK of that list!
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Level 47
Jul 2, 2013
Yeah but in the mean time lets add Croatia.
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Level 50
May 24, 2019
Oh, how I wish you'd been wrong AdamSutherland... Sigh... Still can't believe this mess is going on.
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Level 63
Aug 20, 2019
In a few months' time now! ;)
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Level 58
Nov 2, 2019
Possibly
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Level 53
Feb 1, 2020
Yesterday lol
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Level 63
Feb 1, 2020
Now.
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Level 12
Jun 17, 2013
Got them all except Austria -.-
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Level 54
Jun 19, 2013
WIth 2:20 remaining!
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Level 68
Jul 2, 2013
I think you should update the quiz. Croatia is now part of the EU (since July 1st). :-)
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Level 79
Jul 3, 2013
it's there now.
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Level 68
Jul 3, 2013
Wow, this was quick. :)
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Level 40
Jul 3, 2013
27/28 Missed Malta.. it was not very difficult even for those who do not reside in the continent of Europe.
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Level 56
Jul 3, 2013
Damn- forgot the Baltic States
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Level 50
Jul 3, 2013
100% and 1.28 min left. I'm a true European citizen :D.
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Level 30
Jul 4, 2013
For those who like to cheat: Austria Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Netherlands Poland Portugal Romania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden United Kingdom
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Level 79
Jul 10, 2013
For those that don't like to cheat: Australia, Paris, South Carolina, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Botswana, Ganymede, and Yugoslavia.
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Level 49
Aug 19, 2019
thanks, i would've missed ganymede if it wasnt for you
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Level 41
Feb 1, 2020
Outdated... I am the 48%
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Level 73
Jul 15, 2013
Only got Cyprus because of everyone complaining that it doesn't belong in Asia in the countries of the world quiz because it's in the EU. Other than people whining, i never would have gotten it.
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Level 51
Jul 26, 2013
I missed italy -I'll never forgive myself
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Level 19
Jul 29, 2013
I am from China and got them all, but I still like france
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Level 44
Aug 15, 2013
got them all on one try
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Level 16
Aug 20, 2013
Missed portugal greece and slovenia.
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Level 50
Aug 26, 2013
100% first try;)
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Level 22
Sep 2, 2013
even if you don't know all the countries in the EU you can get there eventually by just guessing all the countries in Europe
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Level 35
Oct 10, 2013
Got them all first time, but I'm from Europe so that was kind of a given. Took me so long to remember Czech Republic, just went from my mind but got there in the end.
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Level 34
Oct 13, 2013
aaah missed out poland. oops
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Level 69
Nov 9, 2013
Cyprus was one of the last ones I had left to fill, but, luckily, I remembered it because of all of the arguments about it on this site.
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Level 25
Jul 16, 2016
Moi aussi.
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Level 68
Mar 10, 2014
I can't believe I missed Spain. aarrgghhhh.
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Level 22
Mar 11, 2014
I am a 13 year old Canadian girl and got them all on my first try!
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Level 49
Apr 30, 2014
I missed Cyprus.
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Level 37
May 1, 2014
Might as well be called name nearly every country in West Europe. Anyways, 28/28 with 3 minutes left.
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Level 34
Oct 3, 2016
Norway, Iceland. Plus if it was just Western Europe then no Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia or Slovenia. So no. It might as well not have been called nearly every country in Western Europe.
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Level 34
Oct 3, 2016
I forgot Andorra and Monaco, potentially Lichtenstein, San Marino and the Vatican
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Level 40
May 26, 2020
*Liechtenstein
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Level 28
Jul 17, 2014
I missed Germany, lol :D
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Level 20
Aug 7, 2014
Got them all
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Level 14
Sep 1, 2014
only missed about 10 or 11
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Level 27
Sep 30, 2014
25/28 Missed portugal, spain + romania. angry
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Level 22
Oct 19, 2014
Latvia is now with €
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Level ∞
Oct 20, 2014
Updated
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Level 34
Apr 30, 2015
100% {although in a few tries} with 2:03 left, Slovakia was the last one I got but stumped me a bit because I was thinking in the French area.
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Level 59
Jun 18, 2015
Cyprus is in the EU, uses the euro, and yet in the countries of the world quiz, it is classed as Asia! Go figure.
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Level 63
Sep 14, 2016
The EU and the Euro have nothing to do with continental borders.
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Level 41
Aug 9, 2017
That is like saying IF China had a culture similar to South America China would be in South America
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Level 65
Jul 3, 2015
Greece won't be in the list in some weeks
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Level 49
Jul 12, 2016
why?
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Level 27
Dec 28, 2017
How many actually?
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Level 58
Jul 14, 2018
159 weeks gone, still hasn't happened..
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Level 58
Aug 19, 2019
215 now...
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Level 40
May 26, 2020
5 years of weeks now.
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Level 44
Jul 3, 2015
Montenegro is not in EU, but they use Euro :D
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Level 68
Nov 6, 2017
So do Kosovo, Monaco, Vatican City and San Marino. Not to mention Zimbabwe along with a number of other currencies.
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Level 43
Jan 26, 2018
Zimbabwe do not use the euro for one reason they are in Africa.
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Level 63
Aug 20, 2019
@JCBCFC You're wrong.
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Level 40
May 26, 2020
@JCBCFC that’s bad logic lol
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Level 33
Jul 3, 2015
Got all but the Czech Republic!!! So close!!!
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Level 38
Jan 26, 2018
Same here!
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Level 51
Jul 6, 2015
should accept slovak republic and not just slovakia. The first is the more formal name of the country.
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Level 57
Feb 22, 2017
yeah but slovakia is the common name
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Level 60
Jan 26, 2018
the name Slovak Republic is only used very rarely
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Level 50
Feb 11, 2019
Maybe so, but it should still accept Slovak Republic.
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Level 48
Jun 21, 2019
That would be like accepting Kingdom of Spain, Hellenic Republic, and French Republic. It's just too much work, and nobody uses those.
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Level 58
Jul 6, 2015
SPOILERS: Knowing that all the mini countries are excluded almost led me to leave out Luxembourg - but that is one of the original founders, being one of the three small ones grouped by the name "Benelux" (Belgium and the Netherlands).

I was stuck at the end by what could be between Croatia and the Czech Republic. I thought of Cyprus but then I thought because of 'Cy-' that it would've been the last C (as Syria beats out Switzerland for being the last S), Then I realised that 'Cz-' beats everything. Cyprus it was.
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Level 64
Jan 17, 2017
It pays to have a command of the alphabet.
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Level 62
Jul 14, 2015
missed cyprus and malta......completely forgot about them
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Level 21
Oct 7, 2015
3:10 left
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Level 28
Jan 9, 2016
I got them all 2:19 left and I am from Egypt. It doesn't really matter at all from where anyone is. It is either study or general knowledge and in my case it is knowledge.
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Level 48
Jan 28, 2016
3:22 left
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Level 38
Jun 13, 2016
Got all of them, but would have missed Malta and Cyprus if the answers weren't in alphabetical order.
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Level 60
Jun 17, 2016
Omfg I missed France XD Cyprus as well, but it's disputed.
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Level 34
Jun 18, 2016
It is undesputedly in the EU, there is no question about that. Cyprus being in Europe is more controversial though
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Level 42
Jan 26, 2018
I forgot Germany...
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Level 34
Jun 18, 2016
This is the second quiz today where the only one I miss is Poland. I get a country which isn't even in Europe but can't get Poland?? I am ashamed
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Level 34
Jun 18, 2016
I even tried tiny city states like Andorra and San Marino in which being in the EU would make no sense at all.
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Level 65
Oct 3, 2016
I always tend to forget about Poland in a lot of quizzes, also. Strange.
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Level 48
Jun 21, 2019
I know right! I am even Polish blood but miss Poland for a while! It's like I get Western Europe, then scan all across Southern Europe, the Balkans, and Eastern Europe, and completely forget about Poland until near the end.
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Level 21
Jun 19, 2016
How the hell did I miss austria!? Also missed bulgaria.
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Level 64
Jun 22, 2016
Prepare to remove the UK if they vote leave tomorrow. And from all other EU quizzes
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Level 62
Jun 23, 2016
The UK voted out! Fix :)
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Level 47
Jun 24, 2016
Got another couple years to go yet!
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Level ∞
Jun 24, 2016
I'm removing them now just so I don't have to deal with all the comments saying "update your quiz", even though it hasn't been ratified by Parliament and it will take years to complete the process of leaving.
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Level 73
Jun 25, 2016
... so now you'll have to deal with comments saying "Oi! UK is still in!". There's no sign at this stage of UK's official notice to leave, and whenever that happens, there'll still be a two-year wait while UK deserves its place in this quiz. (PS, as a Briton by birth, it's good to see UK reclaiming its nationhood!)
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Level 78
Jun 25, 2016
Who cares if people complain. Empirically the UK is still in the EU and will be for a while yet.
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Level 74
Jul 15, 2016
Oi! UK is still in!
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Level 50
Dec 7, 2018
Oi! UK is still in!
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Level 72
Dec 23, 2019
Oi! UK is still in!
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Level 73
Jan 31, 2020
Well Dan, this quiz has finally become correct! It was (apparently deliberately) wrong for three years and six months and six days, probably a record for this website.
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Level 58
Jan 31, 2020
The quiz wasn't wrong, it just had the UK already filled in because its status as a member of the list would be debated. Like how Rhine-Ruhr is often filled in on quizzes about large urban areas in Europe.
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Level 50
Jan 31, 2020
Sad though I am to say this, it actually has just become wrong since the UK is now no longer a member. It was correct previously, though I didn't agree with the rationale.
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Level 50
Feb 1, 2020
And now it is once again correct. This is a sad day.
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Level 46
Jun 24, 2016
uk just left EU so if you could fix that? :)
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Level 57
Jun 27, 2016
UK have not left the EU, but I see you amongst several others purposely searched for this quiz the day after the referendum just to make this comment. Even if they have left - which they haven't so I believe the answer should still remain - shame on Quizmaster for not updating it in a matter of hours, when he was probably in bed due to living in a different time zone.
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Level 41
Feb 1, 2020
We've left now
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Level 54
Feb 1, 2020
and UK is no longer an answer ;)
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Level 50
Feb 1, 2020
)-:
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Level 38
Nov 8, 2017
It isn't out yet and , from news reports, it's going to take years to extricate itself from the EU.
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Level 55
Jun 25, 2016
Good thing the UK left the EU, hopefully a domino effect will follow.
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Level 50
Feb 11, 2019
No. A very bad thing.
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Level 41
Feb 1, 2020
Tell that to Scotland
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Level 73
Jun 25, 2016
Czechia doesn't work. If you accept removing UK when cabinet HASN'T ratified that decision, how come we're not counting Czechia's name change even though cabinet HAS ratified that?!
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Level 59
Jun 25, 2016
My point exactly.
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Level ∞
Jun 25, 2016
Czechia will work now. The rationale for removing the UK was explained above.
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Level 38
Oct 12, 2018
To Gerry 928: For the same reason, I suppose, that this site refuses to use "Cote d'Ivoire" or "Cabo Verde".
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Level 78
Jun 25, 2016
Um, y'all realize that the UK is still part of the EU, right? It voted to leave, which will happen in about 2 years.
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Level 49
Sep 20, 2016
It will not happen. The referendum is not binding and it is in the UK's interests not to leave the EU.
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Level 41
Feb 1, 2020
"Two years"-posted in 2016 Finally left-2020
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Level 47
Jun 25, 2016
We haven't left the EU yet so it should still be a regular answer in the quiz.
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Level 63
Jun 25, 2016
Well very novel - but the UK is still technically a member of the EU for a couple of years to come.
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Level 52
Jun 25, 2016
They should make UK an answer but when you enter it it says 'United Kingdom (leaving)' as technically we are still in but it will tell people who don't know the UK will leave.
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Level 32
Jun 25, 2016
Possibly to be replaced by Scotland?
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Level 35
Nov 26, 2016
It was overwhelming compared to the UK's vote to leave the EU.
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Level 58
Sep 11, 2017
@Stein, that just isn't true. Scotland voted to remain by 62% of the vote.
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Level 58
Oct 5, 2018
@Stein's comment is deleted now but it said that the majority of Scotland voted to leave and then used it to make a point about someone being wrong about something. It is easy to check that the basis of this argument was wrong.
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Level 64
Jun 25, 2016
Greatest decision the UK has ever made. Leaving the rotting corpse known as the EU is a huge step forward.
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Level 47
Jun 26, 2016
I agree! People in the remain campaign seem all so short sighted. They don't seem to realise that the EU is slowly dying and the only way to save it is to make the members integrate further. Something which I don't believe the UK wants. For me its nothing about immigration. It's all about re aligning ourselves away from Europe and positioning ourselves to get the best out of the rest of world. It's not going to be an easy few years, but in 20+ years time we will look back at this referendum and be thankful that we left when we did.
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Level 50
Apr 27, 2019
And how do you feel three years later? What a terrible decision that referendum was.
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Level 41
Feb 1, 2020
Is your real name Jacob Rees-Mogg?
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Level 79
Jun 30, 2016
Further integration did nothing to help the United States. Which is why in the 20th century the country was one of the poorest and weakest in the world. Also, it's why, for example, the Philippines is doing so much better than, say, Hawaii. Everyone knows that trade, commerce, immigration and cooperation lead to economic death.
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Level 49
Sep 20, 2016
Haha, if you say that to the Leave camp they will totally agree with you and not see the sarcasm there.
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Level 50
May 24, 2019
Rotting Corpse?? The EU is making massive strides forwards for the world, and all the countries within agree to this. Incidentally the EU cannot push laws on the UK because we have a veto. For example, labour laws, human rights laws, climate action. All very good things, that, to be frank, the rest of the world is incredibly backwards at addressing. The EU is to me one of the few sources of hope in the world today. I would love to hear your thoughts on why you think these things are such a bad idea.
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Level 37
Jun 25, 2016
^ seriously? All our support from other countries, gone. We've lost £350 billion and counting. stock market, fallen dramatically. I'm going on a trip soon, and it cost me £20 more to buy the same amount of euros. And all for what? The freedom of the UK? Nah... And the migrant crisis? that's something that hasn't changed... I don't oppose others opinions, but surely leaving was a bad idea...
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Level 56
Jun 25, 2016
You're actually a total buffoon if you think the stock market drop is a tragedy. It happens all the time, in fact it has happened 8 times in the last year.
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Level 50
Feb 1, 2020
And you're actually a total buffoon if you still think leaving was a good idea.
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Level 37
Jun 25, 2016
Paying 20 pounds for your sovereignty is pretty cheap in my opinion.
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Level 50
Sep 26, 2018
The UK has a veto on any EU law that is passed. Hence any EU law that you don't like can be blamed on the UK government. If anyone is taking away our sovereignty it is the UK government, not the EU.
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Level 39
Jun 29, 2016
While I appreciate the spirit, the UK is not yet leaving, it's exploring the process of leaving. Until we begin the process it should still be considered an acceptable answer that should be required, rather than given.
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Level 83
Jun 30, 2016
I agree fully. Even though the media is writing it in 9 out of 10 stories as if the UK had already left, they have not. I don't really believe they will leave.
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Level 75
Jul 1, 2016
Yes, agreed on this. Nothing's definite yet (and probably never will be...)
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Level 49
Sep 20, 2016
The UK will not leave the EU anytime soon. I doubt the PM will activate the exit clause in the near or medium future.
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Level 58
Nov 2, 2019
It was activated just over 6 months after this comment.
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Level 16
Jul 1, 2016
Missed malta and cyprus
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Level 42
Jul 9, 2016
dammit Malta!
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Level 49
Jul 12, 2016
I Missed Spain. I will never forgive myself
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Level 28
Jul 23, 2016
UK should be an answer (even if it fills as UK 'potentially leaving'). We remain an EU state, and will do so for years to come even in the worst case scenario that we do finally leave.
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Level 50
May 28, 2018
Agree
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Level 28
Jul 30, 2016
Croatia has euro since 2012...
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Level 63
Sep 14, 2016
Lol, not really. Plus they've only been part of the EU since 2013.
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Level 64
Nov 26, 2016
Croatia uses Kuna - or at least, it was doing in September when I was in Zadar...
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Level 58
Nov 2, 2019
I went in August, and they still use Kuna.
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Level 49
Oct 25, 2016
This was really easy why are people saying they missed Spain and Germany????
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Level 45
Nov 14, 2016
But UK is still officially part of EU...
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Level 54
Mar 22, 2017
To all those complaining one way or the other about the U.K.: www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3_I2rfApYk
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Level 58
Aug 19, 2019
The information in that video was accurate at the time it was made (though things were starting to change by the time you wrote your comment). The predictions were wildly inaccurate.
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Level 50
May 29, 2017
26/27, somehow forgot Germany.
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Level 38
Nov 8, 2017
HelenO is right. Obama should mind his own business. He has no business interfering with the UK. Too bad FDR didn't mind his own business either.
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Level 12
Nov 29, 2017
got all of them but 0:59 left xD
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Level 33
Jan 27, 2018
The UK still might not leave!
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Level 46
Jan 27, 2018
LoL I get all but Germany facepalm
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Level 56
Nov 25, 2018
I got all without hesitation, but I was missing one in the end... took me half a minute of thinking which one I'm missing. GERMANY! :D Still finished with 2:25 remaining.
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Level 48
Mar 7, 2018
got all on first try with 2:40 remaining time
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Level 32
Mar 13, 2018
If you know your European countries, this one shouldn't be too hard as you can just keep typing in countries and hoping that they're on there... I was surprised that some weren't on there (e.g. Norway)
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Level 66
Jun 22, 2018
Norway is in the European Economic Area, which means it's a member of the single market and customs union, but isn't a full member of the EU.
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Level 58
Nov 2, 2019
It isn't part of the Customs Union.
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Level 50
May 17, 2018
UK should be a required answer. We have not yet left (and hopefully never will).
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Level 41
Feb 1, 2020
Sorry but we have
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Level 50
Feb 1, 2020
Yes, today is a very, very sad day. The rampant nationalism (People screaming F*** the EU, burning EU flags, etc) makes me sick to my stomach.
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Level 53
Jun 22, 2018
I'm an idiot. I almost forgot FRANCE. and I had every other one. but I got it though.
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Level 38
Jun 22, 2018
Sorry, Joakim, your argument about Cyprus being in Asia because it is on the Anatolyan Tectonic Plate just doesn't wash. The ABC islands and Trinidad & Tobago are on the South American Tectonic Plate yet are deemed part of North America. Egypt is in Africa, yet is considered part of Asia (the Middle East); Greenland is in North America, yet considered part of Europe and Malta is in the middle of the Mediterranean, yet considered European.
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Level 36
Apr 8, 2019
ABC Islands are Aruba, Bonaire, Curicao, right?
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Level 38
May 27, 2019
^ Yes. The are referred to as the ABC islands.
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Level 69
Aug 12, 2019
But Egypt IS considered African, not Asian and Greenland is part of North America, not Europe...
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Level 79
Feb 3, 2020
The tectonic plate thing doesn't line up that's true. Our concept of continents is much older than tectonic plate theory and the two have nothing to do with one another. But Egypt is definitely not considered part of Asia, except sometimes the Sinai.
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Level 50
Feb 3, 2020
For this quiz, it doesn't really matter whether you think Cyprus is in Asia or Europe. It is in the European Union.
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Level 51
Jun 22, 2018
Got all of them first try. Didn't know all of them first but just guessed ones most probable to be in the EU.
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Level 45
Aug 6, 2018
100 % yay
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Level 31
Aug 28, 2018
forgot greece and bulgaria
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Level 53
Mar 19, 2019
Can't wait for UK to leave and see their economy plummet. Didn't they vote to leave a long time ago?
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Level 36
Apr 8, 2019
March 2016- Referendum.
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Level 58
Nov 2, 2019
No it was in June.
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Level 50
May 24, 2019
Actually, around half the voters in the referendum (amounts to around 20% of the UK's total population) voted to leave. The rest of us are just being dragged along by them, and completely ignored by government. In addition, polls show that if another referendum was held now that all the facts are known, remain would win by a significant margin.
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Level 74
Aug 12, 2019
Bit loose with the facts there Cao. Around 27% of the overall population voted to leave, but that includes everyone down to babies. Of registered voters around 37% voted to leave (and turnout was 72% which is very high for a UK vote).

Also, where are the polls that show remain would win by a "significant margin" now (or at any point since the referendum)? I'd be interested as I haven't seen anything that gives remain more than a slim victory, and that was the case with most polls before the vote too. The country's opinion is still on a knife edge as far as I can tell. Wish that wasn't the case, but it appears to be.

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Level 58
Aug 19, 2019
Polling since the referendum (and before it) can be found here. Mostly it shows a small lead for remain (but so did the polling beforehand, which was wrong).
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Level 46
Oct 25, 2019
The government, or more accurately parliament, are keen to defy the results of the referendum in any case. You might as well leave it as 28 members, as it seems that the UK won't leave. It will probably end up in having more referendums (referenda?) until the politicians get the result they want.
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Level 50
Feb 1, 2020
I have looked into it now, and yes it's true it was about 27%. Of course, not everyone was allowed to vote, and some didn't vote, and of course we don't know what they would have voted for. However, the results of the last general election where remain-supporting parties won more votes than leave did says to me that the mood of the country has changed, even if only slightly. Yet, still, we are all being dragged out, stripped of our EU citizenship, losing the rights that go with that, and for what? I see no benefit to anyone except wealthy millionaires who hide their money offshore.
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Level 58
Feb 1, 2020
The fact that most of the votes went to parties that supported remain (if you count Labour as supporting remain, which is debatable) says more about the politicians who refused to accept that they could not win on the issue of Brexit than it does about the voters. The massive swings towards the Conservatives are evidence of this. Brexit isn't a good idea but it is better than ignoring the referendum. If we want to avoid such things in the future we should not have any more referendums, probably reduce the voting age and maybe write ourselves a constitution that clarifies what happens if parliament and the people disagree. But because of the mistakes of the left wing parties in the UK we are left with a government that is never going to do the last two of those things because they have a large enough majority that it is not in their interests.
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Level 50
Apr 21, 2019
Cyprus is part of Asia, even though is very close to Europe.
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Level 50
Apr 27, 2019
Cyprus is in the European Union.
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Level 23
May 15, 2019
Almost forgot Denmark
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Level 48
Jun 21, 2019
Ugh forgot Malta! Didn't even know it had joined the EU xD
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Level 58
Aug 19, 2019
Then you didn't forget it, you just didn't think of it.
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Level 34
Nov 2, 2019
Brexit....tell me about it
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Level 50
Feb 1, 2020
Briefly: Probably the worst thing the UK has ever done to itself.
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Level 34
Nov 2, 2019
Great quiz btw
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Level 50
Nov 2, 2019
Poland. How did I miss Poland 🤦
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Level 44
Nov 3, 2019
...How did I get them all except Germany? GERMANY!
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Level 58
Jan 31, 2020
The UK has been out of the EU for 5 minutes and I have nothing better to do than point out that this quiz needs an update.
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Level 41
Feb 1, 2020
I wanted to be the first...
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Level 44
Feb 1, 2020
Congratulations to Britain on removing its voice from the European parliament while still, for all intents and purposes, remaining part of the EU.
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Level 65
Feb 1, 2020
Controversial statement, no evidence of the later being confirmed in any form yet.
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Level 58
Feb 1, 2020
It is true at least for the next 11 months.
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Level 53
Feb 1, 2020
It hurts having to type only 27 answers in this quiz.
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Level 50
Feb 1, 2020
I know. I'm so sad today.
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Level 45
Feb 1, 2020
Got Hungary at 1 second!
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Level 79
Feb 1, 2020
No Iceland, Norway, or Switzerland? Do they know how depressed they should be at not being part of the EU?
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Level 57
Feb 2, 2020
They seem to be getting by ok
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Level 58
Feb 1, 2020
27... that is so satisfying....
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Level 50
Feb 5, 2020
It was 27 for a long time before actually.
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Level 65
Feb 2, 2020
I can't believe this has turned into a punch-up about Brexit. Or maybe I can.
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Level 33
Feb 2, 2020
I just spent all the time typing UK while crying into a bottle of whiskey...
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Level 27
Feb 2, 2020
facepalms because i forgot poland
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Level 44
Feb 3, 2020
Taking this quiz as a Brit a few days after the UK has left the EU. I genuinely feel a great sadness that it has come to this but I'm hoping we will rejoin soon.
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Level 59
Feb 3, 2020
Utterly gutted the UK is no longer on this list. We are an embarrassing little country who has made such a fool of itself.
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Level 79
Feb 3, 2020
Makes Putin happy, though.
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Level 57
Feb 4, 2020
Too soon :(
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Level 50
Mar 31, 2020
I always forget cyprus
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Level 32
Apr 19, 2020
missed bulgaria ;(
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Level 22
May 7, 2020
Almost forgot France, finally got it the last seconds