U.S. students driving a car after drinking alcohol by gender and grade 2017

Percentage of students who drove a car or other vehicle when they had been drinking alcohol in 2017 by gender and grade*

by John Elflein, last edited Sep 10, 2019
U.S. students driving a car after drinking alcohol by gender and grade 2017 This statistic shows the share of American students in grades 9 to 12 who stated that they drove a car or other vehicle when they had been drinking alcohol in 2017, by gender and grade. The survey covers only instances which had taken place on one or more occasions during the 30 days before the survey was conducted. Around four percent of male ninth graders stated they had been driving a car or other vehicle when they had been drinking alcohol.
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Percentage of students who drove a car or other vehicle when they had been drinking alcohol in 2017 by gender and grade*

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