Michigan Trivia

Based on the clues, name these things associated with the state of Michigan.
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Last updated: September 12, 2018
First submittedAugust 22, 2011
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Capital city
Biggest city
Michigan city that borders Canada,
besides the above
Port Huron or
Sault Ste. Marie
Second biggest city
Grand Rapids
City home to the University of Michigan
Ann Arbor
Bridge that connects the Upper
and Lower peninsulas
Mackinac Bridge
Lake Superior island and National Park
Isle Royale
Record label of Stevie Wonder
and the Supremes
Motown Records
Heavyweight boxer; Namesake of a
former hockey arena
Joe Louis
A person from the U.P. is called a ...
Michigan's most famous rapper
Native ginger ale brand
State stone
Two biggest companies
General Motors
Only Great Lake that Michigan
doesn't border
Lake Ontario
City home to Kellogg's
Battle Creek
The Lower Peninsula is said to be
shaped like this
Most important Coney Island
hot dog topping
This animal symbolizes Michigan
(but none actually live in the state)
Level 76
Sep 28, 2014
The only reason they say it's Michigander and not Michiganian is that the Detroit Free Press did a survey asking people what they called themselves, and slightly more people said Michigander. Most people I know call themselves Michiganians.
Level 40
Dec 24, 2017
Michigander kinda makes more sense, though. When you say "Michiganian", you don't get that Michigan sounding "A" in there, but, you do when saying "Michigander".
Level 51
Sep 12, 2018
What's good for the Michigander is good for the Michigoose.
Level 80
Feb 28, 2019
Grand nerd humor.
Level 60
Dec 11, 2018
That seems like a sensible way to decide.
Level 2
Sep 30, 2014
Did horrid
Level 53
Dec 10, 2018
I did the opposite of horrid. Well I'm from Michigan so I shouldn't brag. But I will.
Level 71
Nov 20, 2014
I've lived in Michigan for 30 years and I've never heard either term used. Is a person from the lower peninsula a Troll because we live south of the bridge?? At least that makes a bit of sense. But Billy Goat?
Level 60
Aug 26, 2015
I've lived in Michigan most of my life and never heard the term Michiganian. So I guess dragoncat and I hang out with different people:)
Level 72
Sep 11, 2018
I think you probably mean a hockey areNa, not a hockey area, yes?
Level 80
Sep 12, 2018
Apparently there were 1,000,001 ways I should've tried "Yooper" / Yoopie.
Level 73
Sep 13, 2018
I'd replace that question about "the lake Michigan doesn't border" with something about the Flint Water Crisis.
Level 53
Dec 10, 2018
Everyone makes a big deal about the Flint Water Crisis. Of course it wasn't good, I'm not implying that at all, but a Reuters found through test that about 4000 cities have around double the amount of children lead poisoning from drinking water. Among these include parts of Rutland, Savannah and Brooklyn. You just never hear about these cases.
Level 82
Sep 15, 2018
Can you give more spellings for 'Yooper.' I knew the word having been there a few years ago but had trouble figuring out how to spell it. I honestly thought it was just 'Uper' or 'Youper'
Level 68
Dec 10, 2018
Level 80
Oct 25, 2018
Maybe a stupid question, but isn't Coney Island in New York?
Level ∞
Oct 26, 2018
It is. Strangely, in parts of New York, you'll see chili dogs referred to as a Michigan sandwich. Does it make any sense? No, it does not.
Level 63
Dec 10, 2018
Which parts of New York? I'm from there and I've never heard that term, but admittedly I have not been to every part of the state.
Level 64
Dec 10, 2018
Really? I'm from Utica and I've never heard the phrase "Michigan Sandwich."
Level 72
Dec 10, 2018
Kinda like steamed hams
Level ∞
Dec 10, 2018
More of an Albany thing
Level ∞
Dec 10, 2018
But seriously, it's a real thing
Level 44
Jun 26, 2019
I was also wondering why that question was included
Level 78
Dec 11, 2018
My mom lived in Michigan, I have cousins all over the state, my husband was born there, and yet I never heard of a Petoskey stone. (BTW, my mom loved Vernor's Ginger Ale, but insisted that they changed the formula from the one she remembered when she was young.)
Level 43
Aug 28, 2019
Is that like saying you're not a racist because you know a black person?
Level 80
Sep 12, 2019
Isn't Faygo a very popular Michigan ginger ale?
Level 81
Dec 3, 2019
shouldn't the state stone be flint? I know it's not, just seems like a missed opportunity.