Quick Quiz: Do You Know What States Are Associated With These Slogans?
Some state nicknames and slogans are obvious. Most would recognize the Sunshine State as Florida for example or the Empire State as New York. Others, however, are a bit more challenging, especially if you’ve never been to certain parts of the country. Here’s a fun quickie quiz on state nicknames and slogans. Let’s see how you can do.
- The Natural State
- The Constitution State
- The Garden State
- The Magnolia State
- The First State
- The Treasure State
- The Silver State
- The Beehive State
- The Ocean State
- The Pine Tree State
- The Gem State
- The Sunflower State
Given some thought, the names and nicknames and slogans make sense, although, at first glance, some of these can be challenging. Once you are ready, you can check your answers below.
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The answers: 1.) Arkansas – 2.) Connecticut – 3.) New Jersey – 4.) Mississippi – 5.) Delaware – 6.) Montana – 7.) Nevada – 8.) Utah – 9.) Rhode Island – 10.) Maine – 11.) Maine – 12,) Kansas. By the way, the state with the highest average auto insurance premiums is Michigan (Great Lakes State) and the lowest is the Green Mountain State of Vermont.