Buzz·Updated on Jan 24, 2020. Posted on Jan 20, 2020Midwesterners Can Get 100% On This Quiz, But Can You?Let's clear one thing up: The Dakotas are in the Midwest, but Kentucky is not.by Tessa FaheyBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink What's the name of the region that includes parts of Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma? Getty Images Tornado Town Correct Incorrect Tornado Town Twister Town Correct Incorrect Twister Town Twister Valley Correct Incorrect Twister Valley Tornado Alley Correct Incorrect Tornado Alley Correct! Wrong! Tornado Alley! It's called that because of the "disproportionately high frequency of tornadoes." Kansas City sits on the border between which two states? Getty Images Illinois and Missouri Correct Incorrect Illinois and Missouri Kansas and Nebraska Correct Incorrect Kansas and Nebraska Kansas and Missouri Correct Incorrect Kansas and Missouri Wisconsin and Illinois Correct Incorrect Wisconsin and Illinois Correct! Wrong! Kansas and Missouri! The two halves are known as KCK and KCMO. Via Getty Images Which Great Lake is this? Getty Images Lake Michigan Correct Incorrect Lake Michigan Lake Huron Correct Incorrect Lake Huron Lake Superior Correct Incorrect Lake Superior Lake Erie Correct Incorrect Lake Erie Correct! Wrong! Lake Michigan! Which Midwestern city does NOT call soft drinks "pop"? Getty Images Chicago Correct Incorrect Chicago St. Louis Correct Incorrect St. Louis Oklahoma City Correct Incorrect Oklahoma City Omaha Correct Incorrect Omaha Correct! Wrong! St. Louis! It's one of the only places in the Midwest where people prefer to say "soda." Which state could this serve as a map of? Getty Images Iowa Correct Incorrect Iowa Ohio Correct Incorrect Ohio North Dakota Correct Incorrect North Dakota Michigan Correct Incorrect Michigan Correct! Wrong! Michigan! It's shaped like a mitten, so people use their hand as a map. Via Getty Images What does "knee-high by the 4th of July" mean? Getty Images Babies grow faster in spring Correct Incorrect Babies grow faster in spring Annual rainfall should reach 22 inches by early July Correct Incorrect Annual rainfall should reach 22 inches by early July Corn should be up to your knees by early July Correct Incorrect Corn should be up to your knees by early July You can start wearing tall boots after Independence Day Correct Incorrect You can start wearing tall boots after Independence Day Correct! Wrong! Corn should be up to your knees by early July! It's an antiquated saying, but people still say it. Which famous Lake Superior shipwreck did Gordon Lightfoot write a song about? Getty Images SS Hudson Correct Incorrect SS Hudson SS Edmund Fitzgerald Correct Incorrect SS Edmund Fitzgerald SS Arlington Correct Incorrect SS Arlington SS Henry Chisholm Correct Incorrect SS Henry Chisholm Correct! Wrong! SS Edmund Fitzgerald! The cause of the wreck is still unknown, but the story inspired the ballad "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald."