For a country that features the word United so prominently in its name, the U.S. is a pretty fractious place. The country splinters along fault lines of income, education, religion, race, hyphenated origin, age and politics. Then there's temperament. People are coarse or courtly, traditionalist or rebel, amped up or laid-back. And it's no secret that a lot of that seems to be determined by - or at least associated with - where one lives.
Want to know which state matches your personality? Take the test. I did and according to the test, if I were an American, I belong in Georgia.