Age Group

Data from the 2017 Kent County Behavioral Risk Factor Survey indicated that 2.2% of respondents had driven after drinking too much at least once in the previous month.  Adults 25 to 44 years of age were most likely to drive after having too much to drink.  Males were nearly 7 times more likely than females to drive after drinking and Hispanic adults were twice as likely to drive after drinking than African Americans.  In addition, individuals with college degrees and those earning $75,000 or more per year were more likely to report driving after drinking in the past month than those with lower educational attainment and annual income.