Statistics for Which City in California?

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DescriptionCity% Correct
In the early 1980s, it passed Chicago to become the nation's second-largest cityLos Angeles
99%
Average rent is nearly $4000/month in this "City by the Bay"San Francisco
98%
The capital of CaliforniaSacramento
96%
Where the film "Anchorman" was setSan Diego
91%
The valley surrounding this city is perhaps America's most famous wine-growing regionNapa
84%
Where Disneyland can be foundAnaheim
83%
N.W.A and Dr. Dre came "straight outta" of hereCompton
80%
Home to the flagship campus of the University of CaliforniaBerkeley
76%
Ritzy suburb with the most famous zip code in the U.S.Beverly Hills
76%
"The Capital of Silicon Valley"San Jose
70%
This Humboldt County city shares its name with California's motto,
Greek for "I have found it"
Eureka
70%
There's a 1960s pop song about a "little old lady" from herePasadena
53%
Route 66 ended at the pier of this coastal citySanta Monica
51%
Has the second-busiest container port in the U.S.Long Beach
49%
Since the early 1900s, this city has been a popular resort for the elderly who
come to bask in its dry heat
Palm Springs
48%
Called the "Media Capital of the World" due to its many TV and movie studiosBurbank
43%
This city's aquarium was built on the site of a defunct sardine canneryMonterey
43%
This planned city in Orange County has the country's lowest rate of violent crime,
(among cities with > 100,000 people)
Irvine
37%
Revelers flock here for the annual Coachella music festivalIndio
23%
Element 116 is named for the national laboratory in this cityLivermore
21%

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