Which Island has been named after Scotland?

Tasmania
New Guinea
New Caledonia
New Zealand
Cale­do­nia is the Latin name given by the Romans to the land in today's Scotland north of their province of Bri­tan­ni­a. The island of New Cale­do­nia was named by Captain James Cook on 4 Sep­tem­ber 1774, as the north-east of the island reminded him of Scot­land.

Answers distribution

Tasmania
New Guinea
New Caledonia
New Zealand
answers
flagSpain
2%
0%
84%
12%
39
flagBelgium
5%
5%
78%
10%
19
flagGreece
0%
0%
75%
18%
16
flagItaly
2%
11%
72%
13%
43
flagGermany
11%
5%
66%
16%
202
flagCanada
11%
6%
66%
15%
45
flagthe Netherlands
6%
13%
62%
16%
59
flagLithuania
12%
0%
62%
18%
16
flagthe United Kingdom
10%
6%
59%
22%
479
flagPoland
11%
8%
58%
20%
13640
flagUnknown
9%
10%
55%
24%
97
flagRepublic of Ireland
9%
9%
54%
26%
42
flagNorway
10%
2%
54%
32%
37
flagthe United States
9%
8%
53%
25%
464
flagIndia
18%
11%
53%
13%
43
flagDenmark
4%
14%
52%
28%
21
flagthe United Arab Emirates
31%
5%
52%
10%
19
flagSweden
11%
5%
52%
29%
17
flagFrance
10%
4%
46%
38%
49
flagAustria
9%
28%
38%
19%
21

Gender

men61%
women54%
Tasmania
11%
13%
New Guinea
7%
11%
New Caledonia
61%
54%
New Zealand
20%
20%

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