Motorists are more likely to hit a deer in Utah than in the other Four Corners states. That’s according to 2016 data compiled by State Farm. Odds of hitting a deer were 1 in 150 in Utah, which was deemed a high-risk state, while Colorado was medium-risk, with odds of 1 in 263. New Mexico and Arizona were judged low-risk states, with odds of 1 in 475 in New Mexico, and 1 in 1,175 in Arizona. Nationwide, the worst state was West Virginia, at 1 in 41.