Have I posted this before? How Y'all, Youse, and You Guys Talk. People enjoy dialect quizzes and seeing how well they match up with what they'd expect. Mine came up as I thought, with Boston, Providence, and Worcester coming up as my closest hits. There must not be a city in NH that qualified as big enough. I'm surprised Portland, ME didn't make it.
My strongest regional distinctive was "bubbler" for "drinking fountain." That means either coastal New England or a section of Wisconsin along Lake Michigan. If that seems an odd combo, it turns out that Bubbler was originally a brand name of an early model, invented in Wisconsin. But the New England mill cities were the first places that installed city water, which was a prerequisite for drinking fountains at the time.