August 7, 2015. According to the online journal live science, a CDC study found Hawaii had 995 drunk drivers per 1000 in population. This is an astounding fact considering that according to the 2010 Census 14.3 percent of the population is 65 and over and 9.4 percent of the population is under the legal drinking age. The flawed and biased logic of this study is even more apparent when you consider that also according to the CDC 81% of all DUI episodes are committed by men and only 51 percent of the population in Hawaii is male according to the 2010 Census in Hawaii. This would meant that every male in Hawaii between the ages of 21 and 65 would have to have multiple episodes of DUI every year which of course is absurd The reality is that this is extrapolated and twisted data where 4 million U.S. Adults reported at least one episode of DUI driving which was extrapolated by the statisticians to be 112 million. In other words, it is all lies, lies, lies and propaganda. Even given the unlikely reliability of these statistics, Georgia ranked in the bottom 20 states at 491. At the bottom of the list was Utah with 217.
-Author: George Creal