Win the 1828 U.S. Presidential Election

You are John Quincy Adams and it's election day in 1828 If you type a state's name, you get its' electoral votes. You need 131 votes to beat the villainous Andrew Jackson!
You have 20 seconds!!!
Quiz by HinesBrothers
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Last updated: March 24, 2021
First submittedNovember 5, 2020
Times taken3,251
Rating4.15
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State
5
Alabama
8
Connecticut
3
Delaware
9
Georgia
3
Illinois
5
Indiana
14
Kentucky
5
Louisiana
9
Maine
11
Maryland
15
Massachusetts
3
Mississippi
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State
3
Missouri
8
New Hampshire
8
New Jersey
36
New York
15
North Carolina
16
Ohio
28
Pennsylvania
4
Rhode Island
11
South Carolina
11
Tennessee
7
Vermont
24
Virginia
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Level 73
Mar 24, 2021
Currently the quiz is rated only 4.06 out of five stars. If you find any ways the quiz could be improved, please comment below.
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Level 52
Nov 5, 2020
I think JQA should be the “Villian” Great Job!
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Level 50
Nov 6, 2020
Nope. John Quincy rules!
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Level 35
Nov 16, 2020
JQA was so unpopular his own vice president became Jackson's running mate in the next election. Jackson was essentially cheated out of the presidency because he had tied Crawford in electoral votes and won the popular vote (Adams came in third in both), yet the Speaker of the House Henry Clay struck a deal with Adams to make him president instead. Adams is clearly the villain.
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Level 66
Nov 29, 2020
Yeah but then there's everything Andrew Jackson did AS President...
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Level 58
Nov 6, 2020
Would love to see this as a series!
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Level 56
Nov 6, 2020
Very interesting! 151 electoral votes.
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Level 48
Nov 10, 2020
How did I get two Pennsylvainias???
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Level 21
Nov 11, 2020
I'm not sure why I thought it was a good idea to go for Mississippi
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Level 15
Nov 11, 2020
164 votes lets goooo
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Level 49
Nov 14, 2020
Very Nice! I have never seen an SVG that had Missouri smaller than it is today.
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Level 56
Jan 8, 2021
Why did so many people do Maine?
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Level 57
Jan 13, 2021
I have a feeling that like me they start from the top on map quizzes. I did Maine too.
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Level 57
Jan 13, 2021
Can you perhaps give 5 more seconds? Other than that good quiz.
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Level 50
Feb 9, 2021
185 electoral votes!
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Level 50
Feb 9, 2021
194!
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Level 50
Feb 9, 2021
202!
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Level 50
Feb 9, 2021
212! Beats 100% of test takers
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Level 50
Feb 10, 2021
217!!!!
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Level 73
Feb 10, 2021
Impressive! Our best is 203
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Level 50
Feb 11, 2021
Haha, I would've stopped at 202, but I saw that you once got 203 (by friend stats), so I continued so that I could get chorus: Beats 100% of the quiz takers!
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Level 50
Feb 11, 2021
224!
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Level 50
Mar 24, 2021
240!
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Level 52
Mar 24, 2021
Forgot the exclamation
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Level 50
Mar 24, 2021
Added!
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Level 51
Mar 24, 2021
I think the reason why the rating is so low relates to its difficulty. From my experiences, people tend to give a lower rating to quizzes which they do poorly on, however if the quiz has a good concept/map (i.e. IAB's subdivision quizzes), they'll still give a high rating. But I'm not 100% sure if it applies to this quiz, given the fact that GeoPhilia's 'save humanity' quizzes have high ratings.
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Level 73
Mar 24, 2021
Okay, thanks Pandora49
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Level 52
Mar 25, 2021
Generally, people give quizzes low rating because a) they do poorly on it or b) it has something they don't like, for example, Cyprus is in europers might give the Which continent is Cyprus in lower ratings.

I don't think that there is really anything you can do about it.

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Level 60
Mar 26, 2021
I think the quiz would be better if you would use the Lime Green Party and the Perriwinkle Party instead of making it a partisan quiz. Also, seeing that you might want it featured some day, I think that might be a bit of a problem, because the Quizmaster doesn't approve of partisan content.
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Level 73
Mar 26, 2021
Missouri and Virginia are as they were at the time, and actually this map is an adaptation of the official U.S. map. I didn't think people would mind supporting politicians that were from so long ago, but I'll consider changing it to Lime Green and Periwinkle. Thanks for your answer.
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Level 60
Mar 26, 2021
Oh no, I did not think that there was a mistake with your depiction of MO and VI, I meant, that if you were to use the jetpunk US map, you would have to change the states there, to represent the correct time, which on the current map, is displayed. My suggestions in the second comment were purely of aesthetic nature.
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Level 60
Mar 26, 2021
I used the word "new", because QM only recently made it.
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Level 60
Mar 26, 2021
Another thought. Maybe you could use the new US map, where many borders are vertical lines, and therein remove the new states and fix Missouri and Virginia.