State Quiz - Vermont

Can you guess these facts about the U.S. state of Vermont?
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Last updated: September 10, 2020
First submittedJuly 7, 2015
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State capital
Montpelier
Largest city
Burlington
Famous ice cream brand
Ben and Jerry's
States that border Vermont
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
New York
Vermont's mountain range
Green Mountains
Largest animal
Moose
Large lake found on the
western border
Champlain
Socialist who ran for President
in 2016 and 2020
Bernie Sanders
Governor who ran for President
in 2004
Howard Dean
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Vermonter who captured
Fort Ticonderoga
Ethan Allen
Vermont is the leading producer
of this breakfast item
Maple Syrup
This form of advertising is banned
Billboards
Fall foliage tourists
Leaf Peepers
Mormon founder born in Vermont
Joseph Smith
President born in Vermont in 1872
and elected in 1924
Calvin Coolidge
What is a catamount?
Mountain Lion
What you might do at Sugarbush
or Smuggler's Notch
Ski
Former poet laureate of Vermont
who wrote "The Road Not Taken"
Robert Frost
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Level 72
Jul 10, 2015
suggestions: a little leniency with Montpelier and maybe accept "syrup" for maple syrup?
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Level 20
Nov 16, 2015
It has to be maple syrup, as opposed to corn.
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Level 70
Sep 11, 2020
And especially not "high fructose corn syrup".
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Level 75
Dec 22, 2015
I typed syrup first and when it wasn't accepted realized that Maple Syrup has to be the right answer, there are too many other types and Vermont is famous for its Maple Syrup.
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Level 82
Aug 2, 2018
This is about Vermont, it's key.
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Level 68
Jan 18, 2021
I tried honey. So close!
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Level 58
Dec 22, 2015
Please accept 'posters' or 'roadside' (for roadside advertising'). Couldn't think of the American word.
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Level 78
Dec 22, 2015
I didn't think Vermont had a largest city. ;-)
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Level 57
Dec 22, 2015
one of those three-horse towns has to be the largest within the border...
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Level 30
Dec 22, 2015
Funny thing is, the capital city is answered correctly by 80% of quiz takers and the largest city only 52%
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Level 70
Dec 24, 2015
Vermont is the leading producer of maple syrup in the United States. Across the border, Quebec produces about five times as much.
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Level 54
Dec 25, 2015
What's your point? It's not like it claimed that it was the world's biggest producer.
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Level 78
May 4, 2017
What else does "the leading producer" mean?
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Level 27
Dec 7, 2016
love it
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Level 84
Sep 15, 2020
Vermont - 23,957 square km

Quebec - 1,365,128 km

If you're not a math person, that's 57X as large. Shall we talk population as well?

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Level 8
Nov 5, 2017
When you type syrup stead of maple syrup
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Level 86
Sep 10, 2020
Lake Champlain is on the western border of Vermont, not the eastern.
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Level ∞
Sep 10, 2020
Fixed, thanks.
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Level 79
Sep 11, 2020
I typed "Ben and Jerry's" without reading any of the questions. I knew it would be in there somewhere.
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Level 75
Sep 13, 2020
Bernie isn't a mere socialist - he's a Democratic Socialist - there's a difference.
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Level 84
Sep 15, 2020
Does that make it better?
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Level 77
Sep 19, 2020
It makes the difference that in most European countries the left/socialist parties would describe him as moderate.
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Level 76
Sep 17, 2020
Notice the word socialist still and how you knew that was the answer, it's alright, he's not going to be president this term (like our other choices are any better LOLZ)
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Level 50
Dec 30, 2020
Tied as the best performance on a state quiz, along with North Dakota, Maine, and Delaware...
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Level 64
Jan 17, 2021
Too Vermont-centric
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Level 68
Jan 18, 2021
🙄
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Level 32
Jan 19, 2021
No bobcat or panther for catamount?