Biggest Cities in a Strip of the United States Map

Name every city over 200,000 in population in this strip of the U.S. map.
Based on city proper population
Quiz by Stewart
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Last updated: May 7, 2020
First submittedMay 14, 2018
Times taken12,154
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City
Aurora
Baton Rouge
Birmingham
Chicago
Des Moines
Indianapolis
Louisville
Madison
City
Memphis
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
Montgomery
Nashville
New Orleans
St. Louis
St. Paul
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Level 72
May 15, 2018
nice! what about adjusting dot size depending on population?
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Level 58
Aug 7, 2018
Loved this quiz. Got them all on the first try with 2:16 left.
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Level 70
Aug 10, 2018
This deserves a feature!
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Level 67
Dec 17, 2018
Here goes nothing, im not even sure what part of the us im looking at haha
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Level 82
May 7, 2020
I was scrambling naming Chicago suburbs until I hit the right one.
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Level 62
May 7, 2020
Even most Chicagoans think that the second largest city in our state is Springfield, or at least Rockford.
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Level 65
Jun 2, 2020
Yeah, I guessed Rockford first, then Joliet, then I finally got there.
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Level 57
Jun 3, 2020
I only guessed Aurora because I have relatives living close to Aurora. I visit them a lot.
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Level 60
Jun 4, 2020
I tried Rockford (even though I thought it was well west of that dot) and Joliet before Aurora. Might not have pulled Aurora out without the alphabetical help after getting all the others. I'm just a dumb Hoosier to the east, though.
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Level 89
May 7, 2020
I almost always guess Aurora before Chicago on every quiz. Must be because of Wayne's World...
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Level 69
Jun 2, 2020
I wouldn't have gotten it except I had all the others and could then think only of suburbs before Baton Rouge alphabetically.
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Level 80
May 7, 2020
Wikipedia says the 2018 population estimate for Aurora put it under 200,000. Do you have something more current?
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Level 68
May 7, 2020
Not sure. Being 199,605 though, it's certainly close enough to 200k to be not excluded. That's 2018 too, in 2020 might be over 200k in actuality now. Overall just not worth resetting stats.
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Level 79
May 7, 2020
I'm not sure what your source is or what year the data is from, but, according to World Population Review, Huntsville is now bigger than Montgomery, making it the second biggest city in Alabama based on 2020 estimates. I'm not suggesting a correction so much as bragging about my home city of many years!
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Level 68
May 7, 2020
I believe for Alabama I used Cities in Alabama (Wikipedia). Though it's been 2 years since I made it. That article uses census data from 2010 though which is probably where it comes from.
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Level 28
Jun 4, 2020
Remarkable how close together Alabama's four largest cities are. Its 4th largest city is 90% the size of its largest.
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Level 43
May 21, 2020
Excellent quiz! Make more of these quizzes. 5 stars out of 5 for sure!!!
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Level 66
Jun 2, 2020
How did I forget about New Orleans?
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Level 60
Jun 2, 2020
Ez
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Level 55
Jun 2, 2020
I typed Baton Rogue and got nothing, only to reveal it's probably capitalization or the space
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Level 68
Jun 2, 2020
Spaces and capitalisation don't matter on JetPunk! The issue is you spelled it Rogue not Rouge :)
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Level 71
Jun 2, 2020
Could you make a sequel? Or a world version?
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Level 68
Jun 2, 2020
I'll add those to my list, thanks!
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Level 56
Jun 2, 2020
Got all except Aurora.
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Level 63
Jun 2, 2020
Got all except Aurora. I have spent some time in Aurora on business, but I never would have guessed it is that big.
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Level 74
Jun 3, 2020
It's not that big either, it does not even have 200,000 people and considering the demographics in the area, it's very unlikely it will get over this milestone in the near future.
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Level 66
Jun 2, 2020
Too much time. Can shave a minute off for sure.
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Level 55
Jun 5, 2020
Cool quiz.
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Level 42
Jun 8, 2020
Could you add a population column? Great quiz though.