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  3. In 1997, what was the voter turnout for the New York City mayoral election?
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    C. 50%
    D. 19%

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  4. Which of the following is NOT the name of a New York City youth gang?
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    C. Bloods
    D. Filthy Mad Dogs

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  5. Which of the following was NOT a political party that ran a candidate in New York City?
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    B. Locofocos
    C. Children First
    D. Native American-Democrat

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  6. Which of the following people is NOT a candidate for public office in New York City this year.
    A. A 19-year-old junior at New York University
    B. A famous salsa singer
    C. A character from Seinfeld
    D. A State Comptroller

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  7. New York City has one of the largest annual government budgets in the country. Which of these is closest in size?
    A. The price of a Boeing 747
    B. Harvard University endowment
    C. New Jersey state budget
    D. Bill Gates' net worth

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  8. What is the oldest newspaper still in circulation in New York City?
    A. The New York Times
    B. The New-York Gazette
    C. The Wall Street Journal
    D. The New York Post

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  9. Which of the following factors defines a Broadway show?
    A. The size of the theater
    B. The location of the theater
    C. The actors' salaries
    D. All of the above

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  10. How many golf courses are there in New York City?
    A. 2
    B. 5
    C. 16
    D. None

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  11. Which one of the following is a member of the so-called "Vieques Four?"
    A. Cesar Chavez
    B. Adolfo Carrion, Jr.
    C. Alfonso Ribeiro
    D. Che Guevara

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  12. Which of the following comes closest to the size of The New York City Police force?
    A. The Los Angeles Police Department
    B. The population of Rikers Island jail
    C. The number of participants in the New York City marathon
    D. The seating capacity of Shea Stadium in Queens

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    D. Rats

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    C. Sex and the City
    D. Spin City

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  3. In 1997, what was the voter turnout for the New York City mayoral election?
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    B. 58%
    C. 50%
    D. 19%

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  4. Which of the following is NOT the name of a New York City youth gang?
    A. Dead Rabbits
    B. Sharks
    C. Bloods
    D. Filthy Mad Dogs

    more info

  5. Which of the following was NOT a political party that ran a candidate in New York City?
    A. No Deal
    B. Locofocos
    C. Children First
    D. Native American-Democrat

    more info

  6. Which of the following people is NOT a candidate for public office in New York City this year.
    A. A 19-year-old junior at New York University
    B. A famous salsa singer
    C. A character from Seinfeld
    D. A State Comptroller

    more info

  7. New York City has one of the largest annual government budgets in the country. Which of these is closest in size?
    A. The price of a Boeing 747
    B. Harvard University endowment
    C. New Jersey state budget
    D. Bill Gates' net worth

    more info

  8. What is the oldest newspaper still in circulation in New York City?
    A. The New York Times
    B. The New-York Gazette
    C. The Wall Street Journal
    D. The New York Post

    more info

  9. Which of the following factors defines a Broadway show?
    A. The size of the theater
    B. The location of the theater
    C. The actors' salaries
    D. All of the above

    more info

  10. How many golf courses are there in New York City?
    A. 2
    B. 5
    C. 16
    D. None

    more info

  11. Which one of the following is a member of the so-called "Vieques Four?"
    A. Cesar Chavez
    B. Adolfo Carrion, Jr.
    C. Alfonso Ribeiro
    D. Che Guevara

    more info

  12. Which of the following comes closest to the size of The New York City Police force?
    A. The Los Angeles Police Department
    B. The population of Rikers Island jail
    C. The number of participants in the New York City marathon
    D. The seating capacity of Shea Stadium in Queens

    more info

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by Gotham Gazette Staff, Jul 16, 2001
 

How well do you know Gotham? Our Summer Quiz has some answers that may surprise you. Simply click on the circle next to the answer you think is correct, and an answer will appear in the box below. Keep trying until you get the correct answer. To learn more about the subject, link to the Gotham Gazette story after each question.

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    B. Household Pets
    C. Pigeons
    D. Rats

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    A. Friends
    B. NYPD Blue
    C. Sex and the City
    D. Spin City

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  3. In 1997, what was the voter turnout for the New York City mayoral election?
    A. 93%
    B. 58%
    C. 50%
    D. 19%

    more info

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  4. Which of the following is NOT the name of a New York City youth gang?
    A. Dead Rabbits
    B. Sharks
    C. Bloods
    D. Filthy Mad Dogs

    more info

  5. Which of the following was NOT a political party that ran a candidate in New York City?
    A. No Deal
    B. Locofocos
    C. Children First
    D. Native American-Democrat

    more info

  6. Which of the following people is NOT a candidate for public office in New York City this year.
    A. A 19-year-old junior at New York University
    B. A famous salsa singer
    C. A character from Seinfeld
    D. A State Comptroller

    more info

  7. New York City has one of the largest annual government budgets in the country. Which of these is closest in size?
    A. The price of a Boeing 747
    B. Harvard University endowment
    C. New Jersey state budget
    D. Bill Gates' net worth

    more info

  8. What is the oldest newspaper still in circulation in New York City?
    A. The New York Times
    B. The New-York Gazette
    C. The Wall Street Journal
    D. The New York Post

    more info

  9. Which of the following factors defines a Broadway show?
    A. The size of the theater
    B. The location of the theater
    C. The actors' salaries
    D. All of the above

    more info

  10. How many golf courses are there in New York City?
    A. 2
    B. 5
    C. 16
    D. None

    more info

  11. Which one of the following is a member of the so-called "Vieques Four?"
    A. Cesar Chavez
    B. Adolfo Carrion, Jr.
    C. Alfonso Ribeiro
    D. Che Guevara

    more info

  12. Which of the following comes closest to the size of The New York City Police force?
    A. The Los Angeles Police Department
    B. The population of Rikers Island jail
    C. The number of participants in the New York City marathon
    D. The seating capacity of Shea Stadium in Queens

    more info

Quiz compiled by Freddy Dominguez, Josh Payne, and Josh Shipper. If you want more New York City trivia, take another Gotham Gazette quiz.


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