Wisconsin Trivia Quiz - Free Printable Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers

 

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Wisconsin is bordered by what US State to the west?
A: Minnesota.

What is the lowest recorded temperature for Wisconsin?
A: −55 °F in the village of Couderay on both February 2 and 4, 1996.

What state borders Wisconsin to the southwest?
A:  Iowa.

What is the Wisconsin State Dance?
A: Polka.

What percentage of  Wisconsin's land area is covered by forest?
A: 46%.

What is the Wisconsin State Nickname?
A: Badger State.

Which U.S. state borders Wisconsin to the south?
A: Illinois.

What is the Wisconsin State Rock?
A: Red granite.

During the Civil War, how many soldiers from the state of Wisconsin fought for the Union?
A: 91,000.

What is the Wisconsin State Beverage?
A: Milk.

Which body of water  borders Wisconsin to the east?
A: Lake Michigan.

What is the Wisconsin State Mineral?
A: Galena.

What American state borders Wisconsin to the northeast?
A: Michigan.

What is the Wisconsin State Fruit?
A: Cranberry.

Which body of water borders Wisconsin to the north?
A: and Lake Superior.

Where does the state of Wisconsin rank compared to the other states in size?
A: 23rd by total area.

What is the state capital of Wisconsin?
A:  Madison.

The lure of easy wealth drew immigrants from throughout the U.S. and Europe to the mineral deposits in Wisconsin. What type of mineral was attracting them?
A: Lead.

What is the Wisconsin State Tree?
A: Sugar maple.

The state of Wisconsin has more country music "what" than any other state?
A:  Festivals.

What is Wisconsin's biggest city?
A: Milwaukee.

On the western shore of which lake is Milwaukee  located?
A:  Lake Michigan.

What is the Wisconsin State Song?
A: "On, Wisconsin!".

How many counties does the state of Wisconsin have?
A: 72.

The state of Wisconsin is second to what other US state in the length of its coastline on the Great Lakes?
A: Michigan.

Why is the state of Wisconsin known as "America's Dairy land"?
A: Because it is one of the nation's leading dairy producers.

What is the Wisconsin State Motto?
A: Forward.

The first people to  arrive, around 10,000 BCE, arrived during the Wisconsin what?
A: Glaciation.

 In early times, in what is now Wisconsin, Paleo-Indians hunted ice age animals like the what?
A:  Mastodon.

What is the Wisconsin State Insect?
A: European honey bee.

The first European to visit what would eventually be Wisconsin was most likely what French explorer?
A: Jean Nicolet.

In 1783, after the Revolutionary War, what did Wisconsin become?
A: A territorial possession of the United States.

What is the Wisconsin State Grain?
A: Corn.

Wisconsin was a free state from its inception, and became a center of northern what?
A: Abolitionism.

What is the Wisconsin State Bird?
A: Robin.

University of Wisconsin  economics professors John R. Commons and Harold Groves helped Wisconsin create the first "what" in the United States in 1932.
A: Unemployment compensation program.

What is the Wisconsin State Fossil?
A: Trilobite.

In Wisconsin, what is the highest temperature recorded?
A:  114 °F in Wisconsin Dells, on July 13, 1936.

The Census Bureau estimated the population of Wisconsin to be how many people  on July 1, 2013?
A: 5,742,713.

What is the Wisconsin State Dog?
A: American water spaniel.

In what four cities does 86% of Wisconsin's African-American population live in?
A:  Milwaukee, Racine, Beloit, Kenosha.

Tammy Baldwin from Madison Wisconsin was the first openly what?
A: Lesbian U.S. Representative.

Tammy Baldwin was the first openly what?
A: Gay Senator.

 In what year did Gwen Moore  became Wisconsin's first African-American U.S. Representative?
A: In 2004 .

What is the Wisconsin State Flower?
A: Wood violet.

What is the Wisconsin State Animal?
A: Badger.

Wisconsin is home to the Located in Wisconsin, what is the name of the world's oldest operational racetrack?
A: The Milwaukee Mile.

Wisconsin leads the country in cheese production, producing what percentage of the nations cheese?
A: About one quarter.

What is the Wisconsin State Fish?
A: Muskellunge.

The state of Wisconsin is second in milk production, after what other US state?
A: California.

How much of the country's butter does  Wisconsin produce?
A:  About one-quarter.

What is the Wisconsin State Domesticated Animal?
A: Dairy cow.

Wisconsin  grows over half the national crop of cranberries,  and 97% of the nation's what?
A: Ginseng.

The state of Wisconsin is the only one that treats a first offense  drunk driving as a traffic violation and not a what?
A: Misdemeanor?

Hunting is popular in Wisconsin, and one of the most prevalent game animals is the what?
A: Whitetail deer.

How many deer hunting licenses are sold per annum in the state of Wisconsin?
A:  Over 600,000.

What is the Wisconsin State Wild Animal?
A: White-tailed deer.

In what three sports is Wisconsin is represented by major league teams?
A: Football, baseball, and basketball.

To what team is Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin home to?
A:  Green Bay Packers .

 The Green Bay Packers have won how many NFL championships?
A: 13.

In what year did the Milwaukee Brewers win the American League Championship?
A: in 1982.

Where do the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA play home games?
A: At the Bradley Center.

In what year did the Bucks win the NBA Championship?
A: In 1971.




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