Statistics for U.S. Geography Trivia

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  • The average score is 21 of 36

Answer Stats

ClueAnswer% Correct
Biggest city (population)New York City
95%
Smallest stateRhode Island
93%
Longest riverMissouri
93%
Most populous stateCalifornia
92%
Highest mountainDenali
88%
Lowest point by elevationBadwater Basin
86%
Southernmost stateHawaiʻi
86%
First national parkYellowstone National Park
86%
The Four Corners states | This state's lowest elevation is 3,317 feet - higher than any other stateColorado
83%
This state's highest elevation is only 345 feet - lower than any other stateFlorida
80%
Longest mountain range in the U.S, second longest in the worldRocky Mountains
80%
The Four Corners statesUtah
78%
The Four Corners statesArizona
78%
The Four Corners statesNew Mexico
77%
The "Twin Cities"Minneapolis
69%
The "Twin Cities"Saint Paul
68%
Famous Civil War battlefield in PennsylvaniaGettysburg
68%
The busiest airport in the U.S; also the busiest in the worldHartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport
68%
Most densely populated stateNew Jersey
62%
First successful colony settled by EuropeansJamestown
55%
Largest lake entirely within the borders of the U.S.Lake Michigan
54%
Easternmost stateAlaska
52%
Two cities by the same name that are often confused as being one cityKansas City
47%
Location of the first successful Wright Brothers airplane flightKitty Hawk
45%
The most common name for cities and towns; there are 88 of themWashington
40%
City in Virginia by the same name as the famous "Lost Colony"Roanoke
35%
The longest interstate highway (over 3,000 miles long)I-90
30%
Largest alpine lake in North AmericaLake Tahoe
23%
Amusement park with 17 roller coasters, the most in the countryCedar Point
20%
Large desert area encompassing much of Nevada, Utah, and parts of other statesGreat Basin
13%
Most visited tourist locationTimes Square
13%
National monument in New Mexico occasionally closed due to missile testingWhite Sands National Monument
13%
City whose metropolitan area contains more people than the state the city is located inProvidence, RI
10%
Biggest city (area)Sitka, AK
7%
Largest national parkWrangell - St. Elias National Park
6%

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