In a recent nationwide survey, Oklahomans reported the third highest average blood alcohol content levels.
Data used in the BACtrack Consumption Report was collected from users with location services turned on and does not represent data from all users.
Overall, Montana and South Dakota had the highest average BAC results in the country, each with 0.10 percent.
The other states in the top ten were West Virginia (0.098%), Oklahoma (0.096 percent), Idaho (0.089 percent), Vermont (0.087 percent), Tennessee (0.087 percent) and Wisconsin, Nevada and Massachusetts, all with 0.086 percent.
The five states with the lowest reported BACs were New Hampshire (0.012 percent), Delaware (0.027 percent), Utah (0.029 percent), Arkansas (0.037 percent), and Wyoming (0.051 percent).
The majority of Oklahoma users live in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City’s average BAC was .123, and Tulsa’s average BAC was .062.
Both Tulsa and OKC rank in the top 25 cities in terms of tests per user.