I speak Standard American (that’s the official name of “how people talk on tv,” spoken by nearly everybody in this area of New York), with a smattering of oddities picked up in Mississippi. In almost every case, the answer I gave is the most popular one on the map.
In cases where I know I speak differently from the people I know in Mississippi and East Texas, the Mississippi version is usually one of the least popular ones, supported by a single blue dot on the Gulf of Mexico or a tiny splotch across that bit of the country. (“IN-sur-ance,” calling a shopping cart a “buggy,” calling crayfish “mudbugs,” for example - well, actually, on that last one they didn’t even get a dot, but it IS the least popular choice!).
I love this kind of thing.
By the way, it’s called doing donuts and that’s all there is to it. You could only cut a donut if you were in somebody’s yard wrecking their grass, but you can do donuts in the parking lot and freak out your innocent passengers. :evil: