The City in Pennsylvania with the Highest Drunkest City

PHILADELPHIA – Have you ever wondered which city in Pennsylvania holds the title of the drunkest? It might surprise you to learn that it’s none other than Philadelphia.

24/7WallSt, a financial news website, analyzed the proportion of adults over the age of 18 who engaged in heavy or binge-drinking in various cities across the United States.

In Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh takes the top spot with 23% of adults admitting to excessive drinking. When compared to the rest of the state, Pennsylvania ranks 10th with a rate of 20.7%.

The population of Pittsburgh is around 2,349,172 individuals. In Allegheny County, the percentage of driving fatalities related to alcohol was 28.4%, which is higher than the average for the entire state of Pennsylvania, standing at 25.4%. This places Allegheny County as the 12th lowest in terms of alcohol-related driving deaths in the United States.

Real Estate Witch recently declared Pittsburgh as the top beer city in the U.S. for 2023.

Visit Pittsburgh states that there are more than 60 distinct breweries in the steel city.

According to a study conducted by 24/7 Wall St, the national average for adult excessive drinking stands at 19.8%. The study further reveals that there are 34 metropolitan areas where the rate of drinking surpasses this national average.

The Plains states, Midwest, and Far West are home to some of the most heavily intoxicated metro areas in America.

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