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Table 3 State-level population-weighted spatial accessibility measures to 7 nearest on-premise alcohol outlets, United States, 2013

From: Quantifying spatial accessibility in public health practice and research: an application to on-premise alcohol outlets, United States, 2013

State name Census population 2010 Population-weighted accessibility Population-weighted distance
Driving time Driving distance Euclidian distance Driving time (min) Driving distance (miles) Euclidian distance (miles)
Alabama 4,779,736 1.34 3.25 4.93 11.92 5.77 4.02
Alaska 710,231 1.99 5.18 7.54 12.45 5.07 14.19
Arizona 6,392,017 2.46 6.22 9.68 7.33 3.44 2.45
Arkansas 2,915,918 1.20 2.82 4.16 15.29 7.91 5.78
California 37,253,956 3.37 8.51 13.17 3.79 1.56 1.01
Colorado 5,029,196 3.14 7.92 12.18 4.94 2.04 1.37
Connecticut 3,574,097 2.95 6.98 10.59 4.20 1.84 1.22
Delaware 897,934 2.56 6.07 8.93 5.19 2.40 1.66
District of Columbia 601,723 6.92 17.70 25.06 1.67 0.69 0.49
Florida 18,801,310 2.87 7.00 10.75 4.73 1.97 1.26
Georgia 9,687,653 1.66 4.00 6.44 8.71 3.92 2.65
Hawaii 1,360,301 3.19 8.05 11.96 6.73 2.98 2.16
Idaho 1,567,582 2.22 5.72 8.23 7.02 3.02 2.12
Illinois 12,830,632 4.26 10.89 16.61 3.49 1.48 1.02
Indiana 6,483,802 2.44 6.03 8.80 5.96 2.61 1.84
Iowa 3,046,355 3.08 8.07 11.34 5.32 2.25 1.62
Kansas 2,853,118 2.52 6.23 8.88 6.30 2.93 2.14
Kentucky 4,339,367 1.70 4.10 6.39 13.12 6.79 4.55
Louisiana 4,533,372 2.72 6.91 10.72 6.67 2.95 2.01
Maine 1,328,361 1.68 3.92 5.80 10.86 5.25 3.73
Maryland 5,773,552 2.92 7.33 10.78 4.79 2.02 1.31
Massachusetts 6,547,629 3.57 8.73 13.79 3.64 1.57 1.05
Michigan 9,883,640 2.66 6.59 9.41 5.38 2.25 1.59
Minnesota 5,303,925 2.58 6.32 8.92 6.09 2.60 1.85
Mississippi 2,967,297 1.20 2.96 4.37 14.71 7.36 5.44
Missouri 5,988,927 2.50 6.36 9.25 7.10 3.07 2.11
Montana 989,415 2.67 6.80 9.47 8.81 3.99 2.93
Nebraska 1,826,341 3.14 8.10 11.50 5.15 2.22 1.63
Nevada 2,700,551 3.03 7.76 12.96 4.08 1.66 1.11
New Hampshire 1,316,470 1.79 4.21 6.36 8.57 3.88 2.66
New Jersey 8,791,894 4.54 11.49 16.31 3.09 1.32 0.88
New Mexico 2,059,179 1.79 4.30 6.48 10.04 4.91 3.66
New York 19,378,102 5.68 14.94 25.19 2.94 1.21 0.80
North Carolina 9,535,483 1.56 3.83 5.94 9.16 4.11 2.77
North Dakota 672,591 2.67 6.86 9.81 7.92 3.47 2.58
Ohio 11,536,504 3.04 7.55 10.91 5.11 2.23 1.56
Oklahoma 3,751,351 1.89 4.80 6.99 8.61 4.09 2.88
Oregon 3,831,074 3.48 8.75 12.83 4.77 2.05 1.39
Pennsylvania 12,702,379 4.06 10.56 14.86 4.52 1.95 1.32
Rhode Island 1,052,567 4.52 10.82 16.08 2.89 1.29 0.86
South Carolina 4,625,364 1.68 4.11 6.36 7.94 3.48 2.36
South Dakota 814,180 2.44 6.42 8.83 9.11 4.07 3.19
Tennessee 6,346,105 1.56 3.84 5.86 9.78 4.34 2.89
Texas 25,145,561 2.56 6.45 10.00 6.06 2.76 1.91
Utah 2,763,885 1.94 4.66 6.95 6.60 3.03 2.26
Vermont 625,741 1.98 4.62 6.76 9.64 4.49 3.03
Virginia 8,001,024 1.94 4.65 7.07 8.29 4.01 2.64
Washington 6,724,540 2.98 7.61 11.02 5.30 2.20 1.45
West Virginia 1,852,994 2.02 5.01 7.47 10.69 4.97 3.05
Wisconsin 5,686,986 4.19 10.61 14.74 4.07 1.65 1.15
Wyoming 563,626 2.57 6.50 9.00 7.81 3.56 2.70