It was easier to integrate U.S. states and Canadian provinces for this week’s trivia challenge, as things turned out. Here we go: California has the most of these, by far, with 74. Illinois is next with 30. Then New York… Continue Reading
Two for the price of one. These are related lists, from most to least: #86: Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, Iowa, Alabama, Nebraska, Alaska, Delaware, South Dakota, Ohio, Vermont, Louisiana, Minnesota, Utah, Michigan, Washington, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Connecticut, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, California,… Continue Reading
Vermont, Oregon, Utah, Montana, Washington, Hawaii, Alaska, California, Idaho, Colorado, Wyoming, Maine, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Arizona, New York, New Mexico, Virginia, Nebraska, DC, Wisconsin, Massachusetts, Michigan, South Dakota, Rhode Island, Texas, Connecticut, Nevada, North Dakota, Delaware, Ohio, Kansas, New Jersey,… Continue Reading
This is another guest trivia question, this time submitted by recent Monday Trivia winner Michael Cain. The top twelve states, in order from one to twelve, are Texas, Florida, California, Louisiana, New York, Alabama, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Mississippi, Massachusetts, and… Continue Reading
Florida, Idaho State, Kansas State, MIT, Maryland, Missouri, Missouri S&T, New Mexico, North Carolina State, The Ohio State University, Oregon State, Penn State, Purdue, Reed College, Rensselaer, Rhode Island, Texas, Texas A&M, UC Davis, UC Irvine, Utah, UMass-Lowell, Wisconsin, and… Continue Reading
The top twelve of these in the USA are found in: 1. Colorado, 2. California, 3. California, 4. Florida and California (a tie), 6. New York, 7. Alaska, 8. Nevada, 9. Nevada, 10. Washington (the state, not DC), 11. New… Continue Reading
This week’s trivia question is from frequent commenter [and San Francisco Giants fan] Mike Schilling, and comes in time for the World Series. Mike will be offering daily clues as we flounder about trying to figure out the answer. The 2013… Continue Reading
Data is current as of 2011. New Hampshire has the highest number, followed by North Dakota with the next-highest. Utah has the lowest number, followed by Connecticut with the next-lowest. Click for a larger version of map.
Rutherford Hayes, Benjamin Harrison, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and George W. Bush are the only people to have this in common. (Also John Adams, maybe, depending on precise phrasing.)
Darker means more or higher. What does the map depict?