Statistics for Cities on the US East Coast

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  • The average score is 15 of 22

Answer Stats

Hint State or District Answer % Correct
BeantownMassachusettsBoston, MA
96%
The city that never sleepsNew YorkNew York, NY
95%
Capital of the United States of AmericaDistrict of ColumbiaWashington, DC
93%
Home to the Heat, Dolphins, Marlins, and Hurricanes sports teamsFloridaMiami, FL
92%
City that serves Walt Disney WorldFloridaOrlando, FL
92%
City of Brotherly LovePennsylvaniaPhiladelphia, PA
88%
Home to the 1996 Summer OlympicsGeorgiaAtlanta, GA
88%
Home to Camden Yards Major League Baseball parkMarylandBaltimore, MD
86%
Capital of the Confederate States of AmericaVirginiaRichmond, VA
80%
The largest city in MaineMainePortland, ME
78%
Capital of the First U.S. StateDelawareDover, DE
76%
Home of the Miss America pageantNew JerseyAtlantic City, NJ
73%
Home to the U.S. Naval AcademyMarylandAnnapolis, MD
69%
Home to Fort SumterSouth CarolinaCharleston, SC
67%
Home to Yale UniversityConnecticutNew Haven, CT
64%
Home to the largest naval base in the worldVirginiaNorfolk, VA
55%
Home to Duke UniversityNorth CarolinaDurham, NC
52%
Famous 1980s spring break destination orginially named after a series of forts built by the United States during the Second Seminole WarFloridaFort Lauderdale, FL
48%
A play by Neil Simon tells the tale of getting lost in this city just north of the BronxNew YorkYonkers, NY
45%
John F. Kennedy married Jacqueline Bouvier in this cityRhode IslandNewport, RI
38%
New Hampshire seacoast city where you can find Strawbery Banke MuseumNew HampshirePortsmouth, NH
26%
Bruce Springsteen got his start by playing in the scrubby clubs of this New Jersey shore cityNew JerseyAsbury Park, NJ
17%

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