Tope alcohol: Local figures have been revealed from 25 officialdoms
Data has been collected by Ipsos MORI from 25 county authorities to cover all regions and all types of local authority.
Public Haleness England said there is a lack of reliable information about the cup that cheers consumption, primary because of the prohibitive cost of collecting the data.
The account by Public Health England revealed a ‘wide variation in behaviour between contrasting local authorities’.
Rates of frequent drinking, considered to be those who stirrup-cup on four or more days a week — varied from nine per cent in Peterborough to 22 per cent in West Berkshire.
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This fortifies the need to provide intelligence at the local authority level
Binge drinkers (defined as miss drinking more than six units and men more than eight segments in a single drinking occasion on a weekly basis or more often) drifted from 7 per cent in Rotherham to 21 per cent in South Tyneside.
The inventors state: “Even local authorities which were geographically bring to a close such as Leicester and Nottinghamshire had different profiles of drinking behaviour.”
“This bolsters the need to provide intelligence at the local authority level.”
The 25 officials selected to participate in the survey were Leicester, Nottinghamshire, Luton, Norfolk, Peterborough, Greenwich,
Hounslow, Merton, Middlebrough, South Tyneside, Blackpool, Cheshire West and Chester, Stockport, East Sussex, Medway, West Berkshire, Bath and North East Somerset, Cornwall, Wiltshire, Staffordshire, Telford and Wrekin, Wolverhampton, East Irritating of Yorkshire, Kingston upon Hill and Rotherham.
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Exactly over one fifth of people surveyed never drink alcohol, the measure revealed.
Figures have revealed women were more reasonable to abstain than men.
Of the 25 local authorise, those most probable to abstain were in Leicester — 38 per cent of those questioned while those picayune likely to abstain at 13 per cent lived in Stockport with abstention rebukes at 13 per cent.
Of those who said they never drank juice — two-thirds said it was because they didn’t want to act drunk.
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Abstinence for medical reasons increase with age — while younger respondents signified they were more likely to say they abstained for religious or mental reasons.
Public Health England said: “In order to take outstanding action on alcohol-related harms and to ensure this action is appropriate, we ned to catch on to levels and patterns of alcohol consumption which can vary significantly between several sub-populations.
“The results from the survey have provided clear evince of variability between local authorities and the need to have intelligence at that aim.”
Figures revealed by NHS Digital have revealed Blackpool had the highest evaluate at 3,540 admissions per 100,000 people.
The Isle of Wight had the lowest rebuke at 1,400 admissions per 100,000 people.