People are getting drunk the most in these countries
Averages: -On average, respondents reported getting drunk 14.6 times a year.
Demographics: -30% of the respondents were under 25, while 38.5% of the sample were aged 35 or older.
Drinking frequency: -Surveyed people in France, New Zealand, and the Netherlands reported drinking more frequently than in other countries.
What “being drunk” means: -The GDS defines being drunk as “having drunk so much that your physical and mental faculties .
Which countries are getting drunk the most: -According to the survey, English-speaking countries and Scandinavian countries get drunk.
Who gets drunk more often: -In some countries, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, and Denmark, trans, non-binary.
When and where: -The GDS surveyed participants from December 2020 to March 2021.
Education and mental health: -In terms of education, 47% had at least an undergraduate degree.
Top 10 most used drugs: -Overall, alcohol tops the list, followed by cannabis (THC), tobacco products, MDMA.
Global Drug Survey: -The Global Drug Survey (GDS) is an independent research organization based in the UK.