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10 Question American Sport and Exercise Quiz

Posted Jul 03 2008 5:10pm

There was an interesting article that gave all the statistics about the exercise habits of people in the Unitedexercising brainStates. Let’s see how well you do.

Question 1: Which area of the United States are you most likely to find someone exercising on any given day?

A. Pacific

B. Mountain

C. West North Central

D. West South Central

E. South

F. New England

Question 2: Of the following 4 groups, who is most likely to engage in exercise?

A. People with a Bachelor’s degree or higher

B. People with some college education

C. People with high school degrees but no college

D. People with no high school diploma

Question 3: What is the most common exercise people report doing?

Question 4: Which sport is more commonly done than running?

A. Golfing

B. Soccer

C. Weightlifting

D. Basketball

Question 5: What exercise activity is done by more women than men?

A. Bowling

B. Swimming

C. Hiking

D. Cycling

Questions 6: What is the least popular exercise activity with people aged 15-24?

A. Aerobics

B. Yoga

C. Running

D. Golfing

Question 7: What amount of exercise time are people more likely to engage in?

A. Exercising 90 minutes to 2 hours

B. Exercising less than 30 minutes

Question 8: When is the most common time people aged 25 - 54 engaged in exercise activities (during the week)?

A. 6:00 AM

B. 12:00 PM

C. 6:00 PM

Question 9: When people are doing it, what sport/exercise takes up the most time?

A. Hiking

B. Basketball

C. Bowling

D. Swimming

Question 10: Who is more likely to exercise alone?

A. Men

B. Women

C. No difference

And for the answers…

1. A

2. A

3. Walking

4. C

5. B

6. B

7. A

8. C

9. A

10. C

This quiz was based on information found on theU.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statisticssite.

So how did you do? And are you as disappointed as me that juggling orjogglingdidn’t make the list?

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