Ranked: Every States Drunkest Cities

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Ever wonder how your drinking measures up to your neighbors?
From the good people of 24/7 Wall St., a site that analyzes data from the Centers for Disease Control to determine which cities are the drunkest. If you’re looking for the drunkest cities, regardless of state, we’ve got you covered!

State-by-state list of the drunkest metropolitan areas, followed by the percentage of adults who are having a few too many.

Alabama: Auburn-Opelika, 15.9%
Alaska: Fairbanks, 22.7%
Arizona: Flagstaff, 19.4%
Arkansas: Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers, 15.6%
California: Chico, 20.9%
Colorado: Fort Collins, 21.0%
Connecticut: Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, 20.6%
Delaware: Dover, 15.4%
Florida: Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin, 20.8%
Georgia: Athens-Clarke County, 17.5%
Hawaii: Kahului-Wailuku-Lahaina, 21.8%
Idaho: Coeur d’Alene, 17.9%
Illinois: Bloomington, 21.5%
Indiana: Bloomington, 19.7%
Iowa: Iowa City, 23.1%
Kansas: Lawrence, 22.2%
Kentucky: Louisville/Jefferson County, 17.6%
Louisiana: Houma-Thibodaux, 20.7%
Maine: Portland-South Portland, 20.6%
Maryland: California-Lexington Park, 18.8%
Massachusetts: Barnstable Town, 21.0%
Michigan: Lansing-East Lansing, 21.9%
Minnesota: Mankato-North Mankato, 23.6%
Mississippi: Gulfport-Biloxi-Pascagoula, 14.0%
Missouri: Columbia, 20.9%
Montana: Missoula, 24.3%
Nebraska: Lincoln, 22.7%
Nevada: Reno, 21.3%
New Hampshire: Manchester-Nashua, 19.7%
New Jersey: Ocean City, 18.3%
New Mexico: Santa Fe, 14.9%
New York: Watertown-Fort Drum, 22.9%
North Carolina: Jacksonville, 20.7%
North Dakota: Fargo, 25.2%
Ohio: Columbus, 19.6%
Oklahoma: Lawton, 14.5%
Oregon: Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, 21.1%
Pennsylvania: State College, 22.3%
Rhode Island: Providence-Warwick, 17.9%
South Carolina: Hilton Head Island-Bluffton-Beaufort, 19.3%
South Dakota: Sioux Falls, 18.2%
Tennessee: Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro-Franklin, 13.7%
Texas: Austin-Round Rock, 22.3%
Utah: Salt Lake City, 15.2%
Vermont: Burlington-South Burlington, 21.9%
Virginia: Blacksburg-Christiansburg-Radford, 18.0%
Washington: Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, 20.5%
West Virginia: Morgantown, 16.1%
Wisconsin: Green Bay, 26.5%
Wyoming: Casper, 18.2%