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Question 1: Cities in this zone include Syracuse, New York; ________; and Portland, Maine.
Burlington, VermontColchester, VermontMontpelier, VermontSouth Burlington, Vermont

Question 2:
Which of these places is north of Pennsylvania?

Question 3: By rail, the cities are linked by ________'s Northeast Corridor.
BNSF RailwayNorfolk Southern RailwayAmtrakNew York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad

Question 4:

Question 5: [citation needed] New Hampshire did vote Republican in 2000, as ________ won the state by a close one percentage point.
Dick CheneyRonald ReaganGeorge W. BushGeorge H. W. Bush

Question 6: [citation needed] The most notable of these early suburbs was Levittown in the ________ region of New York, east of New York City; Levittown is often regarded as the archetype of the "cookie-cutter" suburb.
QueensLong IslandBrooklynSuffolk County, New York

Question 7:
How many metres above sea level is Vermont?

Question 8: This is particularly prominent in Philadelphia, and ________ (which even has a secession movement).
ManhattanNew York CityNew York metropolitan areaBrooklyn

Question 9: Then often became linked to powerful ________ that dished out patronage.
ChicagoPolitical machineFranklin D. RooseveltPhiladelphia

Question 10: [citation needed] For example, every state in the region had a majority vote for John Kerry in the 2004 election and ________ in the 2008 election.
2004 Democratic National ConventionJohn Edwards2008 Democratic National ConventionBarack Obama


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