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States that Beat Florida

For each selected category, name any of the U.S. states that ranks higher than Florida.
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Last updated: October 2, 2019
First submittedSeptember 29, 2019
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Rank
Hint
Answer
3
Largest population
California | Texas
2
Southernmost
Hawaii
2
Most international visitors
New York
2
Longest ocean coastline
Alaska
4
Highest % of residents are immigrants
California | New York | New Jersey
5
Highest % of area is wetland
Louisiana | Delaware | Maryland | Maine
4
Most executions since 1976
Texas | Virginia | Oklahoma
5
Most average precipitation
Hawaii | Louisiana | Mississippi | Alabama
6
Highest % of residents are Hispanic
New Mexico | Texas | California | Arizona | Nevada
6
Highest % of residents are Jewish
New York | New Jersey | Massachusetts |
Maryland | Connecticut
8
Highest population density
New Jersey | Rhode Island | Massachusetts | Connecticut |
Maryland | Delaware | New York
5
Smallest difference in votes between
Clinton and Trump in 2016
Michigan | New Hampshire | Pennsylvania | Wisconsin
5
Smallest % of population in largest city
Connecticut | New Jersey | South Carolina | West Virginia
4
Most tornados
Texas | Kansas | Oklahoma
2
Lowest average elevation
Delaware
2
Hottest average temperature
Hawaii
5
Oldest median age of residents
Maine | Vermont | New Hampshire | West Virginia
2
Highest African-American population
Texas
3
Last capital city alphabetically
Kansas | New Jersey
3
Highest % population growth 1960-2018
Nevada | Arizona
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level 79
Oct 4, 2019
This is the hardest of the "States the Beat" quizzes I've done so far.
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level 69
Nov 17, 2019
The last alphabetical capital is nasty unless you're one who reads and ponders the quiz in advance. It's just time consuming to "compute" the answer. Has it ever been considered to not reveal the questions until "Start Quiz" is entered?