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  Adults who engage in heavy or binge drinking
Alachua County Florida
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Adults who engage in heavy or binge drinking, Overall
YearAlachuaFlorida
2002 26.6%
(20.3 - 33.0)
16.4%
(15.5 - 17.4)
2007 21.5%
(16.7 - 27.1)
16.2%
(15.3 - 17.2)
2010 13.5%
(9.0 - 18.1)
15.0%
(14.0 - 16.0)
2013 19.1%
(13.9 - 24.2)
17.6%
(16.6 - 18.6)
2016 20.9%
(16.4 - 25.3)
17.5%
(16.7 - 18.4)
Adults who engage in heavy or binge drinking, Overall, 2016
CountyPercent (%)
Alachua 20.9
Baker 12.0
Bay 17.7
Bradford 14.8
Brevard 18.1
Broward 18.8
Calhoun 9.3
Charlotte 16.1
Citrus 16.5
Clay 22.2
Collier 16.4
Columbia 16.6
Miami-Dade 18.3
DeSoto 12.9
Dixie 15.1
Duval 19.4
Escambia 15.9
Flagler 14.7
Franklin 22.8
Gadsden 12.6
Gilchrist 14.2
Glades 13.2
Gulf 16.0
Hamilton 15.9
Hardee 8.0
Hendry 11.7
Hernando 14.5
Highlands 15.3
Hillsborough 19.0
Holmes 10.6
Indian River 21.0
Jackson 11.8
Jefferson 8.5
Lafayette 10.7
Lake 15.8
Lee 19.2
Leon 20.4
Levy 13.1
Liberty 8.4
Madison 11.6
Manatee 20.1
Marion 14.2
Martin 17.9
Monroe 24.1
Nassau 12.2
Okaloosa 18.1
Okeechobee 11.2
Orange 19.5
Osceola 16.1
Palm Beach 17.8
Pasco 19.2
Pinellas 20.9
Polk 12.2
Putnam 15.3
St. Johns 20.1
St. Lucie 16.0
Santa Rosa 15.9
Sarasota 14.9
Seminole 20.1
Sumter 11.9
Suwannee 15.0
Taylor 12.9
Union 10.6
Volusia 17.8
Wakulla 16.3
Walton 16.5
Washington 9.2
State Total 17.5
2/18/2020 9:26 PM

FLHealthCharts.com is provided by the Florida Department of Health, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management.

Data Source: Florida Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System telephone survey conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Florida Department of Health Division of Community Health Promotion.

Data Note(s)
  • Caution should be taken when comparing 2013 data with previous years due to changes in survey methodology.
  • Prevalence is excluded (blank cells) from the tables for any subpopulation with a sample size less than 30, which would yield statistically unreliable estimates.
  • Confidence intervals - Because the BRFSS is a random survey and all estimates of prevalence are subject to random sample errors, we include 95% confidence intervals (CI) with each prevalence (%) in the tables. The confidence interval ranges appear below the prevalence estimates in parentheses.
  • Chart will display if there are at least three years of data.
  • Quartiles are calculated when data is available for at least 51 counties.
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