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Survey on frequency of alcohol beverages in 7 countries

Research Period
January 2021
# of pages
66
Agency
Intage Inc.
Report price
Free
Target countries
  • ChinaChina
  • JapanJapan
  • KoreaKorea
  • OtherOther
  • ThailandThailand
  • TaiwanTaiwan
  • UKUK
  • USAUSA

Description

This report summarizes the alcohol consumption in seven countries: Japan, China, Taiwan, Thailand, the United States, Australia, and New Zealand. The report includes information on the frequency and location of alcohol consumption, and the frequency of consumption of each category, such as beer and wine, by country.

Summary

The most common category of beverage consumed within the past three months was premixed alcoholic beverage in Japan, wine and sparkling wine in Australia and New Zealand, and beer in the rest of the countries.
On the other hand, the category most frequently consumed by past 3-month drinkers was "beer" in all seven countries.

Research design

・Research method: Online survery
・Respondent criteria: Male and Female aged 20-49 years old, Monthly household income exclusion applied to some countries
・Survey area: Japan, China, Taiwan, Thailand, US, Australia, New Zealand

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