Statistics for Which City in Michigan?

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  • This quiz has been taken 12 times
  • The average score is 13 of 20

Answer Stats

Description City % Correct
Known as "The Motor City"Detroit
100%
Michigan's capitalLansing
90%
Hometown to President Gerald Ford, it is known as "Furniture City",
and more recently, "Beer City"
Grand Rapids
90%
Known as A2 because of its initialsAnn Arbor
90%
City at the very tip of the lower peninsula that shares its name with
a bridge and an island
Mackinaw City
80%
City whose water supply became a national news story in 2014Flint
80%
Where Kellogg's and Post cereal got their startBattle Creek
70%
This third of the Tri-Cities is home to the Dow Chemical companyMidland
60%
A John Cusack movie was named for this tony suburb just north of DetroitGrosse Pointe
60%
Founded on the shores of lake Michigan by Dutch Calvinists in 1847Holland
60%
The most populous city in the Upper PeninsulaMarquette
60%
This UP city has a counterpart with the same name just across
the Canadian border
Sault Ste. Marie
60%
In the late 19th century, the state penitentiary here was the largest
walled prison in the entire world
Jackson
60%
Stevie Wonder, Draymond Green, and Serena Williams were all born hereSaginaw
60%
Hosts a Cherry Festival each yearTraverse City
60%
Where you'll find Bronner's Christmas Wonderland and other
kitschy Bavarian artifacts
Frankenmuth
50%
The most populous city on the eastern shores of Lake MichiganMuskegon
50%
This city in Michigan's thumb is not a good hatchetBad Axe
50%
The namesake of a Scottish rock band who chose their name by
throwing a dart at a map
Bay City
30%
Hippies met in here in 1962 to make a "statement"Port Huron
10%

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