When it comes to your personality are you more midwest or southeast? Ready to find out? Take these 10 quiz questions and discover which region of the US you're most like!START THE QUIZ!
Do you go to church regularly?
Yes, every Sunday!
I go most weeks.
I only go on holidays.
I don't go to church.
Which is your favorite season?
What do you call a carbonated beverage?
How often do you like to relax with a glass of wine?
Only on the weekends
Only on special occasions
Which of these do you prefer?
None of these
Which of these did you do in the summer when you were a kid?
Swam in a lake
Captured fireflies in jar
You order waffles at a restaurant. What toppings do you want?
Strawberries and whipped cream
Butter and syrup
Chicken and gravy
Ever been to something called a Friday Fish Fry?
What's your favorite genre of music?
How do you like your tea?
Cold and sweet
Hot with sugar and honey
Based on the results of this quiz, you're more midwest! You're sweet as apple pie and just about as hardworking as they come. You live to help others and make those around you feel good. You're not afraid to get your hands dirty and you believe that a hard day's work can be pretty fulfilling. You love family get togethers, hot dish, and taking life at a slower pace!
You're More Midwest!
Based on the results of this quiz, you're more Southeast! You've got a passion for life and a fiery confidence that can only true Southerners possess! You live life on your own terms and aren't fond of following the rules. You love spending time with family, kicking back with a cold one, and taking life at a easy pace. For you, life is all about enjoyment, not just making money!
You're More Southeast!
Based on the results of this quiz, you're not midwest or southeast, in fact, you might be northeast! You're a deeply intellectual person who loves history, learning, and culture. You aren't afraid to try new things and you love to step outside of your comfort zone whenever possible. Though you like doing things the old fashioned way, you're also highly focused on progress!