The Murder Complex (by Lindsay Cummings)
Since this was the book that sparked this post, I figured I should start with it. Would I survive? I'd say there's a 99% chance I wouldn't. As much as I enjoy killing off characters, I'm not the type of person who could kill an actual person easily.
Divergent trilogy (by Veronica Roth)
I'd likely be Erudite or possibly Candor, so up until the events of the trilogy, I'd say my survival chances would be pretty high. I'm not sure I'd make it out of Allegiant (or even Insurgent) alive, though.
The Hunger Games trilogy (by Suzanne Collins)
If I was thrown into the arena, I definitely wouldn't survive the blood-bath. Quizzes often place me in District 8, although heaven knows how accurate that is.
The Testing trilogy (by Joelle Charbonneau)
Would I survive the Testing itself? Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha. No.
The Lunar Chronicles (by Marissa Meyer)
There's letumosis and Lunars to contend with, so I think my chances are pretty low. We don't hear much about America in the books, so I'm not sure how Illinois is doing. But since I live close to a big city (well, when I'm in IL), chances are I'd probably be killed during the events of Scarlet.
Landry Park (by Bethany Hagen)
Would I be gentry or Rootless? I really have no idea. Thankfully, this is a world that wouldn't be too hard to survive in, as long as I was gentry.
Not a Drop to Drink (by Mindy McGinnis)
I'd either die from dehydration or someone would kill me in pursuit of my water supply. So, if this happens to our world, it was nice knowing y'all.
The Selection trilogy (by Kiera Cass)
I'd probably be a Three (or least, I hope I would be, because that's my skill set and I could be a writer), so I think I'd actually have a good chance of surviving in Illea.
So let's talk dystopian worlds. Are there any you think you'd survive in? Are your chances better than mine?