"New" Geography Quiz

Can you name these geographical answers whose English names starts in "new"?
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Last updated: August 19, 2020
First submittedMarch 1, 2019
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"The Big Apple"
New York City
Former name of the above
New Amsterdam
Someone from here is called "Kiwi"
New Zealand
Most populous Australian state
New South Wales
Capital of India
New Delhi
Where "Breaking Bad" takes place
New Mexico
English city "upon Tyne"
Newcastle
Canadian neighbour of Maine
New Brunswick
Pacific territory of France
New Caledonia
"The Granite State"
New Hampshire
Region where the above is located
New England
Woodrow Wilson was its governor
New Jersey
Biggest city of the above
Newark
Most populous island of Bahamas
New Providence
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Jazz originated from here
New Orleans
The NG in initials PNG
New Guinea
Major islands east of the above
(named for European "Isles")
New Britain
New Ireland
City of Yale University
New Haven
Briefly independent Canadian island
Newfoundland
Biggest region of Hong Kong
New Territories
English name of "Nova Scotia"
New Scotland
Rhode Island city of mansions
Newport
Meaning of Russia's "Novosibirsk"
New Siberia
Historical name for mainland Australia
New Holland
Region that surrounds Taiwan's capital
New Taipei
"The Whaling City" of Massachusetts
New Bedford
Colonial name for Vanuatu
New Hebrides
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Level 67
Mar 1, 2019
Usually Jetpunk quizzes of this type don't require you to type in "new". Also, "Most densely populated U.S." what?
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Level 71
Mar 1, 2019
I read that clue as "Most densely populated United State"
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Level 37
Mar 1, 2019
Ditto on the requirement of "new"; it's already in the question, why the need to repeat it? - Also, you refused to accept New Holland for the original name of Australia.