Drunkest States in America

Excessive drinking can lead to a variety of health problems. Excessive alcohol consumption, according to the CDC, includes binge drinking (4 or more drinks in a single occasion for women, 5 or more for men) and heavy drinking (at least 8 drinks per week for women and 15 for men). 247wallst.com reviewed data from the CDC to identify the states reporting the highest levels of adults who binge drink or drink heavily. According to a new study, the 10 drunkest states in America are North Dakota, Wisconsin, Alaska, Montana, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa, Hawaii, Nebraska, and Michigan. The states with the LOWEST percentage of drunk people is Tennessee, West Virginia, Utah, Alabama, and Mississippi. Where did Ohio rank? Ohio is the 14th drunkest state in the country, with Columbus named the drunkest metro area in Ohio. Check out the rankings for all 50 states HERE.