Marshall Islands... or Solomon Islands?

For each statement, guess whether it applies to Marshall Islands, Solomon Islands, or both.
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Last updated: October 27, 2019
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1. Has a larger land area
Solomon Islands
Marshall Islands
2. Has a larger population
Solomon Islands
Marshall Islands
Solomon has 600,000 people, while Marshall has only 53,000 people
3. Majuro is its capital
Marshall Islands
Solomon Islands
4. Is part of the Oceanian sub-region of Micronesia
Both
Marshall Islands
Solomon Islands
Solomon is part of Melanesia
5. Has a flag consisting of a strip radiating from the lower hoist-side corner to the upper fly-side corner
Both
Solomon Islands
Marshall Islands
6. Is in the northern hemisphere
Marshall Islands
Solomon Islands
7. Was site of the bloody WWII military campaign of Guadalcanal
Marshall Islands
Solomon Islands
8. Consists of more than 900 islands
Both
Marshall Islands
Solomon Islands
Marshall consists of only 29 atolls and 5 island
9. Elizabeth II is the monarch
Solomon Islands
Marshall Islands
Both
10. Is an associated state of the United States
Marshall Islands
Both
Solomon Islands
11. Borders the Coral Sea
Solomon Islands
Marshall Islands
Both
12. Uses Dollar as its currency
Solomon Islands
Both
Marshall Islands
13. The German Empire used to control some parts of or whole of it
Solomon Islands
Marshall Islands
Both
14. Maintains formal diplomatic relations with Taiwan
Marshall Islands
Both
Solomon Islands
15. Has a low level of ethnic diversity
Marshall Islands
Both
Solomon Islands
Over 90% of the population of both countries are origin to respective countries
16. Ships and boats represents the largest sector of its export economy
Marshall Islands
Solomon Islands
Both
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