US State Capitals Quiz

How many state capital cities can you name?
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Last updated: September 20, 2018
First submittedDecember 20, 2012
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State
Capital City
Alabama
Montgomery
Alaska
Juneau
Arizona
Phoenix
Arkansas
Little Rock
California
Sacramento
Colorado
Denver
Connecticut
Hartford
Delaware
Dover
Florida
Tallahassee
Georgia
Atlanta
Hawaii
Honolulu
Idaho
Boise
Illinois
Springfield
Indiana
Indianapolis
Iowa
Des Moines
Kansas
Topeka
Kentucky
Frankfort
State
Capital City
Louisiana
Baton Rouge
Maine
Augusta
Maryland
Annapolis
Massachusetts
Boston
Michigan
Lansing
Minnesota
Saint Paul
Mississippi
Jackson
Missouri
Jefferson City
Montana
Helena
Nebraska
Lincoln
Nevada
Carson City
New Hampshire
Concord
New Jersey
Trenton
New Mexico
Santa Fe
New York
Albany
North Carolina
Raleigh
North Dakota
Bismarck
State
Capital City
Ohio
Columbus
Oklahoma
Oklahoma City
Oregon
Salem
Pennsylvania
Harrisburg
Rhode Island
Providence
South Carolina
Columbia
South Dakota
Pierre
Tennessee
Nashville
Texas
Austin
Utah
Salt Lake City
Vermont
Montpelier
Virginia
Richmond
Washington
Olympia
West Virginia
Charleston
Wisconsin
Madison
Wyoming
Cheyenne
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Level 64
Jun 23, 2010
Wow, I got about half the US capitals. It's usually not the biggest city in the state, but the most central.
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Level 44
Dec 16, 2012
That's why a lot of folks miss California, Texas, New York, and Florida. Their capitals aren't the most famous cities.
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Level 19
Aug 30, 2013
California's sacramento is the highest scorer
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Level 44
Jul 30, 2014
it is odd that sacramento is the least missed answer
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Level 50
Apr 3, 2020
California has a high population; a lot of quiz takers are probably from there.
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Level 21
Apr 21, 2020
And Nevada.
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Level 19
Apr 7, 2014
Cheyenne is in the southeast corner of Wyoming.....wouldn't call that central...
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Level 62
Apr 8, 2020
Same with Juneau
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Level 55
Apr 19, 2020
But there is nothing else in Wyoming so that would be difficult.
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Level 45
Sep 2, 2020
half of Wyoming lives in Cheyenne, and its a relatively young state, so it didnt really matter.
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Level 16
Aug 7, 2010
I'm taken this quiz four times, gotten 100 each time. This time, I ran out of time! WHY!
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Level 80
Jun 28, 2013
perhaps time has started to move faster. Oh my..
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Level 60
Feb 7, 2014
No one knows what you're talking about lion0502.....at least I hope not.
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Level 51
Dec 21, 2018
How did you get 100 if there are only 50 state capitals?
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Level 29
Jul 7, 2019
i think he or she meant 100% not 100 capitals
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Level 26
Oct 11, 2010
100% correct, but it took me till 1:25 left...i need to improve
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Level 22
Mar 5, 2011
50!
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Level 44
Apr 10, 2011
got it with :25 left! whooooooooooooooooooo finally
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Level 44
Apr 10, 2011
1:00 left!!!!!!
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Level 44
Apr 10, 2011
1:36!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Level 44
Apr 10, 2011
@SJESQ I agree, even though I live in the USA
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Level 34
Jun 20, 2011
i sucked!!!!!!!! 30/50
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Level 33
Sep 11, 2011
How could I miss three!?
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Level 76
Sep 13, 2011
22/50 and I'm an Aussie. I really need to stop watching american tv.
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Level 32
Nov 6, 2011
Couldn't spell Cheyenne or Montpelier....
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Level 48
Feb 15, 2012
SJESQ- um, interesting yes, hilarious- not as much as creating a city in the middle of nowhere on a manmade lake to be your capital to ease tensions between Sydney and Melbourne. And I'm Australian :)
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Level 72
Dec 28, 2014
More like why spoil a perfectly good city by filling it up with politicians and senior bureaucrats.
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Level 22
Jul 3, 2012
15 seconds to spare - nearly forgot Pierre
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Level 22
Sep 11, 2012
Loved it!! Really good - and the time was tight enough to make you sweat!
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Level 54
Dec 22, 2012
Only got 13, knew lots of towns and cities but not which ones were the state capitals!
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Level 22
Aug 26, 2015
Used to know them all, had a little song to it, but completely blanked out when I hit start quiz... :*(
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Level 34
Apr 15, 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNUDDaEOvuY&t=45s this is a good song for the 50 states, this is a good song also. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ
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Level 20
Feb 6, 2013
Great job to all those who aren't Americans. To all Americans who didn't pass, SHAME ON YOU!
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Level 80
May 26, 2013
I'm originally from the U.S., and back in 5th grade I had all of these memorized, but nowadays I actually do better on the world capitals quiz than this one.
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Level 7
Sep 20, 2015
Im JUST getting taught this stuff at my school and I'm American. IT doesn't really matter if you know your country or not. It matters if your teachers or parents teach you.
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Level 55
Apr 2, 2013
Wow, I missed Concord, NH! :( The capitals were originally selected to be located centrally in the state. (Same for Washington DC, at the time it was centrally located in the US). Rather than in the most populous city
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Level 70
Jun 27, 2015
Actually, the capitals, at least after the Revolution, were often chosen because they *weren't* the largest city in the state. The prevailing political thought after the Revolution & through much of the 19th century (& it's not uncommon to find people who believe this today) is that large cities were dens of iniquity. Small towns were considered to be more wholesome. Thomas Jefferson believed that the best system was to have no towns (everyone was supposed to live on a farm), so when he laid out the township & range system, which is how most of the country west of the Appalachins is organized, he left no room for towns. My undergraduate degree is in cultural & political geography, which is where I learned all this.
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Level 48
Apr 10, 2013
Got one.
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Level 60
Apr 26, 2013
100%
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Level 7
May 25, 2013
only 2 wrong; vermont and south dakota
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Level 42
Jun 3, 2013
Missed North Carolina and Wyoming only because I couldn't spell.
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Level 70
Jul 27, 2013
100% with 3:24 remaining.
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Level 24
Aug 6, 2013
100%. 'Murica.
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Level 54
Aug 9, 2013
100% with 1:48 to go. Got to cut those nails; I'd probably type faster.
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Level 74
Oct 15, 2013
Wow, I did REALLY badly on this. I'm amazed at the number of state capitals that I haven't heard of.
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Level 14
Nov 1, 2013
23, that good for an American-Canadian living in UK?
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Level 18
Nov 3, 2013
I always thought the capital of pensylvania was philly
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Level 48
Dec 24, 2013
I got 100%, with quite a bit amount of time left.
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Level 69
Jan 4, 2014
My best time is 3:24 left... not too bad.
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Level 17
Feb 3, 2014
i got 26%, how does everybody still remember this stuff from grade school? I can't remember needing this information since then lol, i'm so rusty
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Level 69
Feb 14, 2014
My best time is 3:44 left now... I try to do this and world countries/capitals every other day, so this stuff really gets drilled into my head.
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Level 65
Mar 1, 2014
Yeah! I got All Countries and Capitals of the world and States and Capitals of the USA! Next up; Flags
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Level 50
Apr 16, 2014
The first time I took this test, I could only get 29, to put it in perspective, I could already name all the capitals and countries of the world. As an American I feel that's quite backwards. Hah
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Level 33
Jun 4, 2014
100% finally Virginia's capital always seems to be the hardest for me for some reason.
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Level 56
Feb 13, 2016
Just remember it was capital of the CSA
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Level 21
Jun 7, 2014
100% on first try:D
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Level 51
Jun 29, 2014
ya ay 100% with 34 seconds to go, I am from down under New Zealand
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Level 43
Jul 10, 2014
100% with 2:06 left
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Level 3
Aug 2, 2014
i got 30 then i had to look at the rest on google
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Level 57
Aug 2, 2014
I am using this for practice for remembering the capitals. I did also learn the US states on this site :) It's great practice!
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Level 28
Sep 23, 2014
Spent too much time trying to spell Montgomery. 47/50. Also froze up on Tennessee, kept thinking "It's not Memphis,it's the other big city!" I would have gotten it with about another minute.
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Level 44
Oct 28, 2014
st. paul isn't the capital of Minnesota. it is the capital's twin city, Minneapolis. got 49/50 because of this. if u want, u could just accept Minneapolis for an exceptable answer
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Level 70
Jun 5, 2015
You might want to check your facts before posting. St Paul IS the capital of Minnesota.
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Level 44
Oct 9, 2015
I live there. I promise, St. Paul is the capital.
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Level 19
Mar 7, 2016
I live there too. It's for sure Saint Paul.
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Level 41
Apr 28, 2018
This kid
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Level 8
Apr 30, 2018
google it its st paul
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Level 66
Apr 23, 2020
You spelt 'acceptable' wrong, ha-ha!
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Level 59
Nov 1, 2014
As always typing speed is part of the exercise!! But I"m happy getting them all with 1:16 left :^)
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Level 17
Nov 1, 2014
100% and 28 seconds left! Not bad at all for an Irish man
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Level 50
Nov 12, 2014
I can name all the elements in the periodic table, all the world capitals and all the countries, all the prefectures in japan, but I failed at this.... missed. EIGHT! I guess learning that other stuff pushed out this! D:
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Level 37
Mar 7, 2018
Wow look at me. I can name every country in the world all state capitals every nba mvp and every country bordering two+ oceans and Im the capt of the Bball team think b4 u post
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
What is your point
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Level 29
Apr 18, 2018
got em all 2 min left
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Level 65
Dec 14, 2014
I only got 13. I'm from Argentina.
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Level 59
Dec 20, 2014
It's funny how the largest state capital is the 6th largest city in the US, the next is 11th. That's exactly why people can name so few US state capitals.
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
Are any of these the biggest cities in their state? Pretty sure it goes for atleast some, but no idea which, honolulu, atlanta, phoenix, boston? Those are atleast the most well known cities on this list.
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
I looked it up, apparently those were correct ! What are the odds :) (I applied logic and common sense, but my hopes werent too high haha). Besides those according to my source (US census, but a bit outdated) also:

little rock, denver, boise, indianapolis, des moines, jackson, columbus, oklahoma city, providence, columbia, salt lake city and cheyenne.

More than I thought, and thought huh, columbia, didnt I just write that? haha.

so 16/50 about a third

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Level 77
Dec 20, 2014
100% with 2:15 left. I did them in order pretending the yellow box was there like on other quizzes. this quiz should have that limit too since it is pretty easy for anyone who lives in U.S. and knows geography.
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
But there are people on this site for whom only one of those apply and perhaps neither.

I could make a quiz about rare insects in swahili, and say it is easy for entomologists that speak swahili.

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Level 67
Dec 23, 2014
20/50 from the UK
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Level 78
Jan 1, 2015
Anyone else remember when Valomilk candy bars had cardboard disks under the wrapper which had a name of a US capital printed at the bottom? If memory serves, if one collected a large amount and mailed them to the company, you received free Valomilks. We all collected and traded them, especially after Girl Scout meetings where those were the favorite snacks. That's how I first learned the US capitals.
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Level 21
Jan 24, 2015
3:48, 100%. Time contest anyone?
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Level 28
Jun 18, 2018
1:19, 100%. No challenge here!
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Level 81
Jun 25, 2018
I heroically pulled through with 5:01 left.
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Level 55
Aug 15, 2018
I made it with 10:03 mins left and I took a vacation break to Mexico in between...
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Level 44
Aug 30, 2018
20:37 left and I died and resurrected in between.
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Level 52
Apr 8, 2015
0/50 wow
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Level 43
May 18, 2018
If he gets a participation award for that...
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Level 81
Aug 19, 2018
That's almost like the reverse psychology version of JetPunk bragging.
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
Not even honolulu? or did Hawaii slip your mind. I think if you go state by state that is the one most people not from the US (or having studied it) would get correct. And I don't mean accidentally get right by guessing, in which case boston is a good contender. But by knowing it or atleast being relatively sure.
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Level 20
Jun 26, 2015
Hartford, evil Hartford.
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Level 40
May 14, 2018
What did Hartford ever do to deserve this? He/she can't help it if they aren't well known. :(
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Level 18
Jul 20, 2015
50/50 From Israel...
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Level 48
Sep 16, 2015
I'm 10 and got 50/50 with 52 seconds to spare
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Level 65
Sep 20, 2015
17/50. Not bad for an Argentinean.
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Level 63
Oct 5, 2015
I think there should be a "US State Capitals Map Quiz". Just click on the capital based on the location and such.
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Level 45
Oct 20, 2015
100% and I'm from Jupiter.
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Level 47
Nov 6, 2015
37/50 and I've never been to the US
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Level 37
Jan 19, 2016
Easy peasy. done with 2 mins to go. PLus, I'm ten and from india
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Level 28
Jan 24, 2016
.59 left just learned them off wiki and tried my luck
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Level 28
Feb 8, 2016
just got them all with 1:20 left
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Level 56
Feb 13, 2016
Can't just Jefferson be accepted?
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Level 78
Dec 20, 2016
We call it Jeff City here in Mighty MO, but never Jefferson.
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
In a few decenia that will have (d)evolved to Djufsati :)
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Level 71
Mar 26, 2016
Can't believe Montgomery completely slipped my mind
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Level 37
Mar 27, 2016
Why I know Tallahassee don't ask, I've learned some of the harder ones in states with big cities such as Albany from looking at a map and wondering why it wasn't New York City :P
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
Likewise I have no idea why or how I know Punxsutawney but well, it is a word that sticks haha. (I wrote it Punxatawny just now, spellcheck didn't agree, so I looked up the spelling (when punxatawnee wasnt it either), but spellcheck still doesnt agree haha ow nevermind.. there needs to be a "u" hm still ! a red scribble, ah well.. :))
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Level 46
Apr 5, 2016
A lot of people get the capital of South Carolina confused. They think of Charleston, which is the capital of West Virginia.
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Level 42
Apr 11, 2016
3:21 left yay
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Level 2
May 7, 2016
At 7 I had all the capitals memorized. I'm now 9 and I say to add more time. Otherwise, really good.
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
wait till you re 39 ;) or 59 :)
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Level 21
May 20, 2016
I don't really understand why the states' largest cities aren't usually the capital of the states. e.g. when you say Florida, I immediately typed Miami (wrong) and then New York, I was going for NYC until I suddenly remembered that it is Albany And this pattern continued for most other states that I have attempted Although I did not attempted more than 15 states PS from Hong Kong
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Level 58
May 29, 2016
The states in question have been around longer than their biggest cities were big. Obviously both Miami and Orlando are far younger than the state and colony of Florida. Tallahassee however probably goes back to the 18th Century.
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Level 30
Jun 7, 2016
But try Ohio which was started in Marietta, near Cincinnati. Somehow, someone decided to make it Columbus.
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Level 37
Apr 24, 2017
In that case, the capital of Florida should be St. Augustine.
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Level 47
Oct 27, 2017
NYC has always been bigger than albany and Philly and Pittsburgh bigger than Harrisburg
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Level 47
Jan 12, 2018
there is no pattern states are just weird
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Level 78
Dec 20, 2016
Many tried to pick a central location rather than the largest city to make it easier for those legislators who had to ride horseback in the old days.
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Level 24
Oct 10, 2017
The capital is usually where the government is
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Level 9
Nov 1, 2017
Because the states were given capitals before the biggest cities were populated
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Level 69
Nov 25, 2017
Most smart states have their capital at the center of the state, or population, to unify the state and not alienate an area of the state, as well as to make travel easier. Also, this is to prevent putting all your eggs in one basket. If something happened to LA, then Sacramento would most likely be fine, and vice versa.
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Level 30
Jun 13, 2016
I had to memorize all of these back in forth grade. Still remember them all, somehow.
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Level 15
Jun 17, 2016
This quiz has taken me from knowing 4 capitals in my first attempt to now knowing all 50. I now want to take it to the next level and have a randomised map where you have to name the state and its capital in two text boxes. Is that even possible?
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Level 51
Jun 26, 2016
From NZ, got all of them with 3 seconds left
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Level 37
Jul 2, 2016
Damn you Topeka! 49/50
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Level 60
Jan 26, 2018
interesting, topeka is the one i always think of first for some reason
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Level 63
Jul 18, 2016
Done with 1:11 left, haven't done US Capitals in a while so it took a second for a few.
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Level 19
Sep 6, 2016
I am an Austrian kid (ten years old), but I completed this in just 3.5 minutes!
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Level 64
Dec 3, 2016
Excellent! I'm from New Zealand and I have finally got them all! Phew!
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Level 72
Sep 7, 2016
Whilst some of these make sense (Boston for Massachusetts, Denver for Colorado) some make so little sense - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania has barely a third of one per cent of Pennsylvania's population. Austin or Sacramento may not be the largest cities in their respective states, but they are of respectable size. Some of these places are seemingly just random, minor towns.
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Level 72
Oct 9, 2016
Do capitals have to make sense?
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Level 47
Mar 3, 2017
Many of them are in central locations (Harrisburg and Austin, for instance). And the capitals are not necessarily permanent. In Texas, it used to be Houston (Googled it). And learned in elementary school that Detroit was Michigan's capital before 1847, when it moved to (more) centrally located Lansing.
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Level 10
Sep 14, 2016
i have no idea
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Level 45
Sep 30, 2016
Taken 6 times and I NEVER get Cheynne, Wyoming. EVER, lol
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Level 24
Oct 18, 2016
50/50 with 1:05 left.
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Level 21
Nov 3, 2016
Wow 50/50 and i"m a 10 year old who started studying states and capitals 2 DAys ago
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
Bet you had Austin right even before you started studying ;)
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Level 45
Nov 12, 2016
Capital by Rockapella helped me ace this. Just don't forget Pierre
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Level 63
Nov 22, 2016
Please accept "Jefferson" "Carson" and "Oklahoma" as you do for "Salt Lake" and since recently, "Mexico" "Kuwait" and "Panama" :)
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Level 69
Oct 6, 2018
That wouldn't make sense, since the actual names of the foreign cities you mentioned do not have " City" attached to them, we just translate them that way to English. But OKC, SLC, and Jefferson City have it as part of their official name.
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
Huh what? Erm yea they do, it is Ciudad de México and the official English name is Mexico City, similar thing in other languages ((Mexiko-Stadt, Mexico-stad, Città del Messico etc).

Same for panama, Ciudad de Panamá, it has city in the original language as well as in the official english name, Panama City.

I think the same for Kuwait, Madiinat ul-Kuwayt is Kuwait City

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Level 48
Nov 24, 2016
100%!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Level 25
Nov 28, 2016
I'm pathetic. I can list the world countries under 7 mins but can list my homelands capitals SMH
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Level 61
Dec 5, 2016
I missed one...ONE! Got 49 right, 98%, better than 86% of all quiz takers, whose average is 29. And for that I get FOUR POINTS? That's not good enough for five? WTF?
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Level 59
Dec 6, 2016
Finally got them all after coming back every now and again to try. Hardest ones were Annapolis, Concord and Columbia for me
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Level 64
Dec 8, 2016
Got 61/50 with 4 days left on the timer, I'm from Andromeda, and I'm 6 weeks old. Beat that...
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Level 51
Dec 17, 2016
I got 0/50 with 0:00 on the timer and I'm a 45-year-old geography teacher from the US capital and best city in Puerto Rico: Albuquerque! I'M BETTER THAN ALL OF YOU!!!
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
Actually one of the more interesting ones of the "I'm better than you"
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Level 51
Dec 20, 2016
I got all and I'm a fetus
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Level 52
Dec 21, 2016
Very good, 2:53 left.
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Level 19
Dec 21, 2016
Why is 'Salt Lake' accepted for Utah, but the 'City' must always be added for Missouri, Nevada, Oklahoma, and others? Personally, I'd prefer having to type it in, just because the others are already like it, and most shortcuts that I've tried don't work for any of the other capitals.
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Level 50
May 11, 2018
Reinforces what marcorem is saying. The lake is not the capital, the city is.
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Level 44
Dec 23, 2016
Woo hoo!!! 38 seconds left. Idk if that is good, but ok...
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Level 28
Dec 25, 2016
100% with 1 second left!
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Level 36
Dec 28, 2016
47/50, not bad for a non-American? :) I did listen to the 50 states and capitals song twice before I did this though lol
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Level 36
Feb 4, 2017
they should take st louis for saint louis
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Level 47
Mar 3, 2017
Not the capital
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Level 34
Jan 31, 2018
lol
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Level 52
Feb 15, 2017
Got all 50 with my eyes closed. I'm not even joking.
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Level 60
Feb 17, 2017
WTF, I missed Altanta
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Level 39
Feb 20, 2017
Way too easy!
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Level 60
Feb 20, 2017
It took a few aborted tries, but I got 50/50 with 2:02 remaining. On my first try, I got 32 of them. I missed 3 on my second try, and then I got them all the third time.
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Level 45
Apr 17, 2017
100% with 1:50 left
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Level 20
May 5, 2017
I only completed 4, then gave up.
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Level 56
May 5, 2017
100% 1:33 remaining from Canada!
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Level 8
May 20, 2017
47/50,fudgin, north.
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Level 45
Jul 12, 2017
It's a good thing I knew Wakko's 50 States and Capitals song from Animaniacs
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Level 14
Jul 19, 2017
Baton Rouge,Louisiana,Indianapolis, Indiana, and Columbus is the capital of Ohio. There's Montgomery, Alabama,south of Helena,Montana, then there's Denver,Colorado, and Boise,Idaho......
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Level 41
Aug 5, 2017
My states capital is the least gotten right by percentages😑😧
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Level 41
Aug 5, 2017
Oh my god 50 out of 50 with 5 SECONDS left😀😀😀
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Level 24
Aug 14, 2017
100% with 0:09 remaining! *cheers*
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Level 22
Aug 17, 2017
50/50 with 3:41 to spare.
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Level 43
Aug 18, 2017
This gave me the USA badge!!!! I have the USA badge!!
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Level 8
Sep 16, 2017
Can you make a map version of this quiz please?
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Level 55
Sep 29, 2017
There are a lot of reasons why the capital is not always the largest city. For example, Florida's capital is Tallahassee because it was about equidistant from St. Augustine and Pensacola, the two capitals of Spain Florida colonies. Sometimes the reasons are historical, and sometimes it's like Brazil. They moved their capital from Rio de Janeiro, on the southeast coast, to Brasilia, a city that they manufactured that is more central as to show that the government is focused on reform in more rural areas.
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Level 24
Oct 10, 2017
I think 24 is good considering I'm not American. Idk when I'm ever going to use this useless information other than here though
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Level 43
Dec 6, 2017
Got them all with 1 minute left.
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Level 34
Feb 1, 2018
got em all with 2:17 left ;)
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Level 43
Jan 7, 2018
Ireland is the richest country because its capital is always dublin
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Level 55
Jan 22, 2018
5 min is too short. Need atleast an extra minutes.
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Level 34
Jan 31, 2018
WOo HOO! I got the America Badge! USA USA USA!
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Level 61
Mar 8, 2018
It'd be nice if "Bizmark" was accepted for us spelling-challenged folks. :-P
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Level 15
Mar 22, 2018
100% oh yeah
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Level 40
Mar 29, 2018
Supposed to be LINCOLN CITY
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Level 58
Apr 12, 2020
Lincoln City is a coastal town in Oregon. :)
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Level 8
Apr 12, 2018
Great quiz got all
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Level 63
May 1, 2018
Why isn't PHILADELPHIA (for example) the capital of Pennsylvania, but Harrisburg. I'VE NEVER HEARD OF HARRISBURG !!
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Level 50
May 11, 2018
Read earlier comments. States most often chose as their capital cities close to the center of the state. Pennsylvania is a perfect example.
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Level 28
May 25, 2018
40/50 from Chile
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Level 28
May 25, 2018
now 50/50 1 second left
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Level 23
Jun 4, 2018
I got none. Always thought that Miami was the capital of Florida. Apparently not. AH well!
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Level 63
Jul 13, 2018
I'm of the Joey Tribbiani school of thought on the states game. There are 56. A lot of those are missing on this quiz. It's 2018. I think it's time we got this quiz up to speed.
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Level 45
Mar 1, 2019
If you mean American Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Northern Mariana Islands, Guam or anything like it; it doesn't count. They are not states, but territories, which means they are basically a state, but don't have the right to vote. Altogether they don't have as many rights as the actual states do.
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Level 57
Apr 28, 2020
No, he's referencing Friends ya big dumb dumb
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Level 32
Sep 12, 2018
I couldn't figure out how to spell Tallahassee. I tried everything except double Es
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Level 45
Mar 1, 2019
Totally forgot Madison, Wisconsin for a reason I cannot explain. Weird thing is: I get Cheyenne and Concord?! Sometimes I don't know what is going on in my mind?!?!?!
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Level 63
Apr 23, 2019
Third time's the charm! 0:44 left.
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Level 34
Apr 24, 2019
Got 50/50 with 2:16 minutes left, and I'm from Italy ;)
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Level 46
May 16, 2019
2:40 left :p
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Level 27
Nov 16, 2019
100% and i'm from France lol. :D
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Level 47
Jan 11, 2020
Why did Kentucky think it was a good idea to choose Frankfort as it's capital and not Lexington or Louisville. Lol.
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Level 22
Feb 10, 2020
I'm a really good typer and I know all the capitals, but I am a terrible speller.
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Level 21
Mar 5, 2020
damn it i missed Santa Fe
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Level 33
Jun 19, 2020
dang my state has the least guessed capitol
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Level 48
Jul 3, 2020
100%
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Level 9
Jul 8, 2020
Oh yeah, that's right!
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Level 32
Jul 15, 2020
As a Californian, we all agree that Sacramento sucks. The capital should be San Diego ;)
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Level 28
Jul 19, 2020
Yeah
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Level 28
Jul 19, 2020
Or Los Angeles
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Level 66
Jul 21, 2020
Why?
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Level 22
Sep 3, 2020
Proud to say that I learned the capitals from this quiz
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Level 47
Sep 4, 2020
Why can't you be normal and pick big, importand cities? This is going to take work. *groan*