Statistics for States that Beat New York

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  • The average score is 13 of 20

Answer Stats

Rank Hint Answer % Correct
4Largest populationCalifornia | Texas | Florida
100%
7Highest population densityNew Jersey | Rhode Island | Massachusetts |
Connecticut | Maryland | Delaware
88%
2Most Olympic Games hostedCalifornia
88%
3Largest islandHawaii | Alaska
85%
5Most Amish peoplePennsylvania | Ohio | Indiana | Wisconsin
82%
2Highest % of residents are immigrantsCalifornia
78%
10Highest % of area covered by forestMaine | New Hampshire | West Virginia | Vermont |
Alabama | South Carolina | Georgia | Mississippi | Virginia
77%
3Most populous in the year 1800Virginia | Pennsylvania
76%
2Most-visited by CanadiansFlorida
73%
3Birthplace of the most U.S. PresidentsVirginia | Ohio
71%
6Lowest % Donald Trump voters in 2016Hawaii | Vermont | California | Massachusetts | Maryland
68%
5Highest % of residents report Italian ancestryConnecticut | Rhode Island | New Jersey | Massachusetts
67%
5Fewest % of residents report English ancestryHawaii | North Dakota | New Jersey | Louisiana
56%
4Highest % Asian residentsHawaii | California | New Jersey
51%
4Highest life expectancyHawaii | California | Minnesota | New Jersey
51%
2Most people of Puerto Rican ancestryFlorida
45%
4Most lighthousesMichigan | Massachusetts | Maine
44%
8Highest % of adults with a four-year
college degree
Massachusetts | Colorado | Maryland | New Jersey |
Connecticut | Virginia | Vermont
42%
4Lowest % population growth, 1960-2018West Virginia | Pennsylvania | Iowa
19%
2Oldest state capital by first date of
European settlement
New Mexico
13%

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