It's a big-@$$ country we live in, with fifty fiddly little states, and I'm surprised they knew as much as they did. It made me laugh when Arizona and New Mexico were transposed, and when Florida was mislabeled California (Disney parks are clearly responsible for that one).
I'm glad you clarified that, I thought it was a college geography exam.
I note that with ONE exception, they all knew where Texas was.So, they know the important stuff.RegardsGKT
That was hilarious. Looks like public school geography is taught in more than the US.
A lack of US geographical knowledge from UK citizens? Quelle surprise.Turn about is fair play - how many US citizens could identify UK counties?Australia is easier - land area about the same as the continental US, only eight states or territories, and only one that matters. :)
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