City With the Highest Excessive Drinking Rate in Every State

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Montana: Missoula
> Adults who drink excessively: 23.5% — #28 out of 382 US metro areas
> Adults who drink excessively in Montana: 21.9% — #10 out of 50
> Driving deaths involving alcohol: 36.2% — #44 out of 382 US metro areas
> Driving deaths involving alcohol in Montana: 44.8% — #1 out of 50
> Median household income: $57,347 — #221 out of 382 US metro areas
> Median household income in Montana: $57,153 — #40 out of 50
> MSA population: 119,600

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Nebraska: Lincoln
> Adults who drink excessively: 25.3% — #15 out of 382 US metro areas
> Adults who drink excessively in Nebraska: 23.7% — #5 out of 50
> Driving deaths involving alcohol: 29.4% — #168 out of 382 US metro areas
> Driving deaths involving alcohol in Nebraska: 32.7% — #11 out of 50
> Median household income: $61,539 — #150 out of 382 US metro areas
> Median household income in Nebraska: $63,229 — #25 out of 50
> MSA population: 336,541

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Nevada: Reno
> Adults who drink excessively: 22.3% — #50 out of 382 US metro areas
> Adults who drink excessively in Nevada: 17.9% — #32 out of 50
> Driving deaths involving alcohol: 38.9% — #23 out of 382 US metro areas
> Driving deaths involving alcohol in Nevada: 29.1% — #27 out of 50
> Median household income: $72,132 — #57 out of 382 US metro areas
> Median household income in Nevada: $63,276 — #24 out of 50
> MSA population: 475,290

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New Hampshire: Manchester-Nashua
> Adults who drink excessively: 19.1% — #178 out of 382 US metro areas
> Adults who drink excessively in New Hampshire: 20.2% — #17 out of 50
> Driving deaths involving alcohol: 34.4% — #69 out of 382 US metro areas
> Driving deaths involving alcohol in New Hampshire: 31.5% — #17 out of 50
> Median household income: $83,626 — #19 out of 382 US metro areas
> Median household income in New Hampshire: $77,933 — #8 out of 50
> MSA population: 417,025

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New Jersey: Ocean City
> Adults who drink excessively: 21.4% — #85 out of 382 US metro areas
> Adults who drink excessively in New Jersey: 16.0% — #44 out of 50
> Driving deaths involving alcohol: 31.7% — #107 out of 382 US metro areas
> Driving deaths involving alcohol in New Jersey: 21.9% — #44 out of 50
> Median household income: $69,980 — #74 out of 382 US metro areas
> Median household income in New Jersey: $85,751 — #3 out of 50
> MSA population: 92,039

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