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State-Specific Alcohol Consumption Rates for 2010

 

State-Specific Weighted Prevalence Estimates of Alcohol Use Among Women 18–44 Years of Age, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2010

State

Any Use*

Binge

Alabama

36.5

9.2

Alaska

50.7

18.6

Arizona

46.8

11.9

Arkansas

35.5

7.4

California

45.2

13.3

Colorado

52.4

15.7

Connecticut

65.4

19.7

Delaware

55.5

16.2

DC

67.4

17.6

Florida

49.7

13.5

Georgia

47.9

10.8

Hawaii

46.3

17.0

Idaho

40.6

12.5

Illinois

58.4

18.0

Indiana

45.6

12.6

Iowa

53.7

17.8

Kansas

47.1

14.0

Kentucky

39.7

10.7

Louisiana

39.9

12.7

Maine

54.9

14.4

Maryland

52.4

16.3

Massachusetts

64.1

19.7

Michigan

54.5

15.2

Minnesota

55.7

17.4

Mississippi

35.5

6.5

Missouri

47.2

16.4

Montana

58.3

16.7

Nebraska

61.1

21.1

Nevada

54.8

16.4

New Hampshire

61.5

15.5

New Jersey

51.6

15.2

New Mexico

46.9

9.3

New York

55.9

15.8

North Carolina

42.2

9.4

North Dakota

59.2

19.9

Ohio

54.4

17.1

Oklahoma

38.8

10.6

Oregon

56.8

14.5

Pennsylvania

57.4

15.4

Rhode Island

57.4

17.6

South Carolina

39.0

10.3

South Dakota

58.2

17.9

Tennessee

28.4

4.7

Texas

43.8

11.1

Utah

21.5

7.0

Vermont

62.4

21.1

Virginia

54.2

16.7

Washington

55.2

16.4

West Virginia

27.7

8.9

Wisconsin

67.7

22.7

Wyoming

46.9

15.0

Guam

32.9

13.9

Puerto Rico

27.7

9.8

Virgin Islands

41.5

8.1

Median

51.2

15.2

 

* One or more drinks during the last 30 days.

Four or more drinks on any one occasion during the last 30 days. In 2006, the definition of binge drinking for women was changed from five drinks on any one occasion to four drinks on any one occasion.

 



 

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