City With the Highest Excessive Drinking Rate in Every State

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Colorado: Fort Collins
> Adults who drink excessively: 23.2% — #33 out of 382 US metro areas
> Adults who drink excessively in Colorado: 21.3% — #12 out of 50
> Driving deaths involving alcohol: 32.6% — #92 out of 382 US metro areas
> Driving deaths involving alcohol in Colorado: 33.7% — #9 out of 50
> Median household income: $75,186 — #50 out of 382 US metro areas
> Median household income in Colorado: $77,127 — #9 out of 50
> MSA population: 356,899

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Connecticut: Norwich-New London
> Adults who drink excessively: 22.4% — #46 out of 382 US metro areas
> Adults who drink excessively in Connecticut: 20.5% — #15 out of 50
> Driving deaths involving alcohol: 35.2% — #54 out of 382 US metro areas
> Driving deaths involving alcohol in Connecticut: 31.5% — #16 out of 50
> Median household income: $75,633 — #47 out of 382 US metro areas
> Median household income in Connecticut: $78,833 — #6 out of 50
> MSA population: 265,206

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Delaware: Dover
> Adults who drink excessively: 19.9% — #141 out of 382 US metro areas
> Adults who drink excessively in Delaware: 19.8% — #20 out of 50
> Driving deaths involving alcohol: 25.8% — #249 out of 382 US metro areas
> Driving deaths involving alcohol in Delaware: 26.0% — #37 out of 50
> Median household income: $58,001 — #208 out of 382 US metro areas
> Median household income in Delaware: $70,176 — #16 out of 50
> MSA population: 180,786

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Florida: North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton
> Adults who drink excessively: 24.4% — #21 out of 382 US metro areas
> Adults who drink excessively in Florida: 19.7% — #21 out of 50
> Driving deaths involving alcohol: 26.4% — #237 out of 382 US metro areas
> Driving deaths involving alcohol in Florida: 22.3% — #43 out of 50
> Median household income: $65,526 — #106 out of 382 US metro areas
> Median household income in Florida: $59,227 — #34 out of 50
> MSA population: 836,995

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Georgia: Savannah
> Adults who drink excessively: 20.2% — #132 out of 382 US metro areas
> Adults who drink excessively in Georgia: 16.8% — #42 out of 50
> Driving deaths involving alcohol: 22.6% — #303 out of 382 US metro areas
> Driving deaths involving alcohol in Georgia: 20.3% — #47 out of 50
> Median household income: $60,371 — #181 out of 382 US metro areas
> Median household income in Georgia: $61,980 — #29 out of 50
> MSA population: 393,353

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