A recent study by 24/7 Wall Street examined the different drinking habits from cities and states in the country to find out which ones were the "drunkest."
The list was based on data provided by the Centers for Disease and Prevention, which defines binge drinking as four or more drinks for women, and five or more drinks for men in one sitting. It defines heavy drinking as any man that consumes 15 or more drinks in a week and a woman who consumes eight.
24/7 Wall Street concluded that metropolitan areas reported the highest level of binge drinking in each state.
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According to the list, Kingston was named the drunkest city in New York with 25.1 percent of the adult population experiencing encounters with binge drinking.
In Massachusetts, Pittsfield was named the drunkest city in the state with 21.3 percent of binge drinkers located in the metropolitan areas.
In Pennsylvania, East Stroudsburg was named the drunkest city in the state, according to the list. According to reports, excessive drinking is at 24.2 percent amongst adults.