Pretty closely, it seems. The New York Times, based on the 2002 Harvard Dialect Survey, has created a set of questions about the vocabulary you use. Based on the 25 answers you give, it can come close to pinpointing the three areas from which you hail.
The quiz was kind of tough for me, as my personal vocabulary is peppered with my Pittsburgh-born grandmother’s “you’uns,” my years in Memphis where I learned to say “Coke” instead of “pop,” and my years traveling as an opera stage manager.
Still, it pretty much came down to what I called the night before Halloween, as the image below points out. Devil’s Night nailed it. I was born 30 minutes from Detroit.