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    Anonymous

    Good afternoon.
    I’ve just got an idea to read about alcohol consumption, so I’ve thought it may be quite a good idea to put some info here, as well. Mostly focused on Slavic tendencies, as I am not eager to put here an information about every single country in the world :p

    Litres per year. Data on 2010, by WHO (World Health Organization).
    Both sexes.

    1. Belarus (17,5l)
    (…)
    4. Russia (15,1l)
    (…)
    6. Ukraine (13,9l)
    (…)
    9. Czech Republic & Slovakia (13l)
    (…)
    12. Serbia (12,6l)
    (…)
    14. Poland (12,5l)
    (…)
    20. Croatia (12,2l)
    (…)
    24. Slovenia (11,6l)
    (…)
    27. Bulgaria (11,4l)
    (…)
    53. Montenegro (8,7l)
    (…)
    75. Bosnia and Hercegovina (7,1l)
    (…)
    90. Macedonia (6,7l)

    Places ex aequo were counted as two places – e.g. number nine: Czech Republic & Slovakia is counted as places 9th and 10th.
    _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    Now on 2015 projection. Again by WHO and both sexes.

    (…)
    2. Belarus (17,1l)
    (…)
    4. Russia (14,5l)
    5. Czech Republic (14,1l)
    6. Montenegro (13,3l)
    (…)
    8. Serbia (12,9l)
    (…)
    12. Slovakia (12,5l)
    (…)
    17. Ukraine (11,8l)
    (…)
    20. Croatia (11,7l)
    (…)
    22. Poland (11,5l)
    (…)
    24. Bulgaria (11,3l)
    (…)
    30. Slovenia (10,9l)
    (…)
    43. Bosnia and Hercegovina (7,5l)
    (…)
    73. Macedonia (5,7l)

    I am curious about one thing. WTF happened to Montenegro?
    _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    Next list is strictly Slavic, without “(…)” – I am too lazy to count it by myself.

    Litres per year by males.

    1. Belarus (27,5l)
    2. Russia (23,9l)
    3. Ukraine (22l)
    4. Slovakia (20,5l)
    5. Poland (19,8l)
    6. Serbia (19,7l)
    7. Czech Republic (18,6l)
    8. Bulgaria (17,9l)
    9. Croatia (17,7l)
    10. Slovenia (16,3l)
    11. Montenegro (13,5l)
    12. Bosnia and Hercegovina (13,1l)
    13. Macedonia (10,2l)

    And litres per year by females.

    1. Belarus (9,1l)
    2. Russia & Czech Republic (7,8l)
    4. Ukraine (7,2l)
    5. Croatia (7,1l)
    6. Slovenia (7l)
    7. Slovakia (6,1l)
    8. Serbia (5,9l)
    9. Poland (5,8l)
    10. Bulgaria (5,3l)
    11. Montenegro (4,1l)
    12. Macedonia (3,2l)
    13. Bosnia and Hercegovina (1,4l)

    As we see females from Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia and definitely from Czech Republic are on higher place than males from these countries. The most strange here to me is Czech Republic that is on 7th place on the first list, and on the 2nd ex aequo with Russia on the second list. Of course males still drink more than females.
    The most similiar are Poles and Serbs.

    We need to make us advance on the International Arena – let’s drink more :p

    #399997

    Anonymous

    Is this measured in pure alcohol or in distilled spirits only?

    #399999
    Boris V.
    Boris V.
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    @dedushka

    Basically nothing has changed, drinking is in our folklore :D

    #400001

    Anonymous

    Distilled spirits, as far as I know.

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