Ohioans about average tolerance when it comes to beer

A recent survey by Alcohol.org puts Ohioans just above the national average for tolerance when drinking beer. They're survey says Ohioans start feeling drunk just about half way through our third beer. Arizona and Michigan's populations were the states with the highest tolerance just over two 4 beers. The states with the lowest tolerance were Hawaii, Idaho, Arkansas, Montana and California.

They also wanted to know where respondents were most likely to feel drunk after only one beer. Ohio was just below average at 20 percent. Montana was the highest at 38% and Maine was the lowest.

Would you expect Ohio to be higher or lower on the survey?

Survey details and images provided by Alcohol.org to learn more visit their site.

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