While reading Google News, I came across an article on a dialect survey. It covers the American dialect with 105 questions ranging in how to say a word to what word you use for a specific item, event, or activity.

An example is pop versus soda versus coke versus tonic versus, well, the list goes on and on. Another example is word used for local rail system to move people within a city and yet another rubber soled shoes, which as many know here I really love to wear.

News articles are:

The article itself:

Survey results are:

Survey results for sneakers (plimsolls), "tennis shoes", etc:

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