State Quiz - Indiana

Can you guess these facts about the U.S. state of Indiana?
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Last updated: September 3, 2020
First submittedJuly 6, 2015
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Capital of Indiana
Indianapolis
Second biggest city
Fort Wayne
A person from Indiana is called a ...
Hoosier
Biggest lake bordering Indiana
Lake Michigan
River on the southern border
Ohio River
University in West Lafayette
Purdue
University in South Bend
Notre Dame
State motto
Crossroads of America
Singer of the songs "Small Town" and "Jack and Diane"
John Mellencamp
City in Indiana which shares its name with an island from a Beach Boys song
Kokomo
Michael Jackson's hometown
Gary
Basketball legend from the town of French Lick
Larry Bird
What Orville Redenbacher was famous for
Popcorn
Sitcom, starring Amy Poehler, set in Indiana
Parks and Recreation
City home to the main campus of Indiana University
Bloomington
Author of "Slaughterhouse-Five" and "Slapstick"
Kurt Vonnegut
Famous auto race held since 1911
The Indianapolis 500
Six U.S. Vice Presidents were born in Indiana. Name the two most recent.
Mike Pence
Dan Quayle
Comic strip created by Indiana native Jim Davis
Garfield
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Level 88
Jul 7, 2015
Can we get love for 'Indy 500?' We just had to spell out the city two answers before, and my fingers are lazy...
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Level ∞
Jul 7, 2015
That will work now.
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Level 38
Dec 15, 2015
Love this quiz. A a Hoosier myself, I had trouble with a couple of the questions. Really good quiz
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Level 66
Dec 15, 2015
As a Louisvillian...learn how to drive!
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Level 60
Sep 3, 2020
As a Southern Indiana Hoosier, wrong-way drivers on one ways and other egregious driving mistakes are 83% (ode to Barney Stinson) KY license plates.
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Level 57
Dec 15, 2015
I have lived in Indiana my entire life and I have never heard that expression about the weather.
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Level 71
Dec 16, 2015
The story (possibly apocryphal) is that when Indiana held a contest to choose a new license plate slogan, some wit submitted "Indiana: bring something to do."
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Level 80
Jun 17, 2016
Indie 500?
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Level 81
Aug 2, 2018
Sounds like yet another film festival.
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Level 81
Apr 28, 2019
Ashamed to have forgotten the answer to the seasons question, having lived most of my life in the Midwest (where pretty much every state uses a variation of that saying).