Bookmark and Share
Share
Home » Publications » Surveillance Reports » Surveillance Report #95
Table 2. Apparent alcohol consumption for States, census regions, and the United States, 2010.
[Volume and ethanol in thousands of gallons, per capita consumption in gallons, based on population age 14 and older]
State or other geographic area Beer Wine Spirits All beverages
Volume Ethanol Per capita Volume Ethanol Per capita Volume Ethanol Per capita Ethanol Per capita U.S. decile
Alabama 100,935 4,542 1.16 6,931 894 0.23 5,499 2,260 0.58 7,696 1.97 9
Alaska 15,476 696 1.23 2,422 312 0.55 1,732 712 1.25 1,721 3.03 1
Arizona 140,415 6,301 1.23 16,269 2,099 0.41 9,492 3,901 0.76 12,301 2.39 5
Arkansas 54,855 2,468 1.04 3,090 399 0.17 3,425 1,408 0.59 4,275 1.81 10
California 651,673 29,325 0.97 129,752 16,738 0.55 51,950 21,351 0.71 67,415 2.23 7
Colorado 110,403 4,968 1.22 15,100 1,948 0.48 10,088 4,146 1.01 11,062 2.71 2
Connecticut 57,770 2,600 0.88 13,878 1,790 0.60 6,293 2,586 0.87 6,976 2.36 5
Delaware 21,353 961 1.30 3,233 417 0.56 2,232 917 1.24 2,295 3.09 1
Dist. of Columbia 14,243 641 1.22 4,053 523 1.00 2,074 852 1.62 2,016 3.84 1
Florida 394,140 17,736 1.12 58,087 7,493 0.47 34,875 14,334 0.91 39,563 2.51 4
Georgia 184,230 8,290 1.07 14,955 1,929 0.25 12,459 5,121 0.66 15,340 1.97 9
Hawaii 31,028 1,396 1.24 4,518 583 0.52 1,968 809 0.72 2,788 2.47 4
Idaho 29,032 1,306 1.06 8,617 1,112 0.90 2,148 883 0.72 3,301 2.67 3
Illinois 279,293 12,568 1.20 32,079 4,138 0.40 18,910 7,772 0.74 24,478 2.34 6
Indiana 119,816 5,392 1.03 10,624 1,370 0.26 9,497 3,903 0.74 10,665 2.03 8
Iowa 75,848 3,413 1.37 3,504 452 0.18 4,442 1,826 0.73 5,691 2.29 6
Kansas 57,643 2,594 1.13 2,434 314 0.14 3,796 1,560 0.68 4,468 1.95 9
Kentucky 74,734 3,363 0.95 4,987 643 0.18 5,675 2,332 0.66 6,339 1.78 10
Louisiana 115,223 5,185 1.41 8,117 1,047 0.28 7,505 3,085 0.84 9,317 2.53 3
Maine 30,668 1,380 1.23 3,617 467 0.42 2,302 946 0.84 2,793 2.49 4
Maryland 99,474 4,476 0.94 13,934 1,798 0.38 10,246 4,211 0.89 10,485 2.21 7
Massachusetts 126,541 5,694 1.04 26,297 3,392 0.62 11,254 4,625 0.84 13,712 2.50 4
Michigan 196,594 8,847 1.09 20,682 2,668 0.33 16,249 6,678 0.82 18,193 2.24 6
Minnesota 105,975 4,769 1.10 11,121 1,435 0.33 10,355 4,256 0.99 10,459 2.42 5
Mississippi 72,518 3,263 1.37 2,089 269 0.11 4,080 1,677 0.70 5,210 2.18 8
Missouri 138,078 6,214 1.27 12,266 1,582 0.32 9,699 3,986 0.81 11,782 2.41 5
Montana 30,051 1,352 1.65 2,195 283 0.35 1,750 719 0.88 2,355 2.88 2
Nebraska 46,688 2,101 1.43 2,334 301 0.20 2,435 1,001 0.68 3,403 2.31 6
Nevada 72,467 3,261 1.49 10,192 1,315 0.60 6,451 2,651 1.21 7,227 3.30 1
New Hampshire 42,863 1,929 1.75 7,223 932 0.85 4,955 2,037 1.85 4,897 4.44 1
New Jersey 147,507 6,638 0.92 32,013 4,130 0.57 15,178 6,238 0.86 17,006 2.35 5
New Mexico 45,422 2,044 1.23 4,026 519 0.31 2,974 1,222 0.74 3,786 2.28 6
New York 319,177 14,363 0.89 60,477 7,802 0.48 27,867 11,453 0.71 33,618 2.09 8
North Carolina 186,673 8,400 1.08 21,274 2,744 0.35 10,852 4,460 0.57 15,605 2.00 9
North Dakota 18,483 832 1.49 1,088 140 0.25 1,616 664 1.19 1,636 2.93 2
Ohio 271,228 12,205 1.29 18,164 2,343 0.25 10,980 4,513 0.48 19,061 2.02 8
Oklahoma 77,715 3,497 1.15 4,288 553 0.18 4,292 1,764 0.58 5,814 1.92 9
Oregon 83,678 3,766 1.19 12,029 1,5552 0.49 6,395 2,628 0.83 7,946 2.51 4
Pennsylvania 317,858 14,304 1.35 18,234 2,352 0.22 16,227 6,669 0.63 23,325 2.20 7
Rhode Island 22,050 992 1.12 3,648 471 0.53 2,002 823 0.93 2,286 2.58 3
South Carolina 109,553 4,930 1.30 7,131 920 0.24 7,102 2,919 0.77 8,769 2.31 6
South Dakota 22,275 1,002 1.52 1,238 160 0.24 1,475 606 0.92 1,768 2.69 3
Tennessee 119,979 5,399 1.04 9,064 1,169 0.22 7,771 3,194 0.61 9,762 1.88 10
Texas 596,235 26,831 1.35 44,399 5,727 0.29 28,517 11,720 0.59 44,278 2.23 7
Utah 32,243 1,451 0.70 2,826 365 0.18 2,397 985 0.47 2,801 1.35 10
Vermont 16,223 730 1.38 2,673 345 0.65 918 377 0.71 1,452 2.74 2
Virginia 158,653 7,139 1.08 22,531 2,907 0.44 9,469 3,892 0.59 13,938 2.11 8
Washington 118,823 5,347 0.97 22,234 2,868 0.52 9,768 4,014 0.73 12,230 2.21 7
West Virginia 42,682 1,921 1.23 1,797 232 0.15 1,683 692 0.44 2,844 1.83 10
Wisconsin 135,374 6,092 1.31 11,707 1,510 0.32 12,787 5,256 1.13 12,858 2.76 2
Wyoming 13,506 608 1.33 776 100 0.22 1,185 487 1.06 1,195 2.61 3
Regions
Northeast 1,080,657 48,630 1.06 168,059 21,680 0.47 86,996 35,755 0.78 106,065 2.30  
Midwest 1,467,295 66,028 1.21 127,241 16,414 0.30 102,241 42,021 0.77 124,463 2.28  
South 2,423,196 109,044 1.17 229,961 29,665 0.32 157,756 64,838 0.69 203,547 2.18  
West 1,373,817 61,822 1.06 188,077 24,262 0.42 108,297 44,510 0.76 130,594 2.24  
U.S. total 6,344,965 285,523 1.13 713,337 92,021 0.36 455,291 187,125 0.74 564,669 2.24  

Decile values (1 = highest) apply only to State-level data. Numbers may not sum because of rounding.

Go to: Table 3 | Top of this page | List of Tables | Beginning of report