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Question 1: Polk County has the second-largest area devoted to ________ in Oregon, at 1322 acres (5.3 kmĀ²).
Harvest (wine)ViticultureVitis viniferaBotrytis cinerea

Question 2: The county is named for ________, the 11th president of the United States.
John Nance GarnerAndrew JacksonJames K. PolkJames Buchanan

Question 3: The eastern half of the county lies in the ________.
Salem, OregonOregon TrailOregonWillamette Valley

Question 4: About two thirds of Polk County, in the western part of the county is forest, mostly of the ________ and mixed varieties, bordering on temperate rain forest around Laurel Mountain, the wettest place in Oregon.
PlantPinophytaGymnospermFlowering plant

Question 5: As of the ________[5] of 2000, there were 62,380 people, 23,058 households, and 16,140 families residing in the county.
ItalyFranceCensusSpain

Question 6: Polk County is a county located in the U.S. state of ________.
ColoradoWashingtonIdahoOregon

Question 7: The majority of registered voters who are part of a ________ in Polk County, as well as most counties in eastern Oregon, are members of the Republican Party.
Political partyParliamentary systemIdeologyPolitics

Question 8: ________ in Monmouth is a major employer.
Portland State UniversitySouthern Oregon UniversityWestern Oregon UniversityOregon State University
















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