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Trends and Social Differences in Alcohol Consumption during the Postcommunist Transition in Lithuania

Table 2

Age-adjusted prevalence and confidence intervals (CIs) of regular drinking of strong alcohol, winea, and beer among men in 1994–2010.

Survey yearStrong alcoholWineBeerAny alcohol
%95% CIs%95% CIs%95% CIs%95% CIs

199431.027.8–34.343.840.3–47.4
199628.625.7–31.540.036.8–43.1
199827.024.0–30.112.610.3–14.948.545.0–51.955.552.1–58.9
200033.830.8–36.813.411.2–15.555.952.8–59.062.659.6–65.6
200228.425.4–31.57.65.8–9.459.055.7–62.462.659.3–65.9
200427.924.7–31.16.95.0–8.752.548.9–56.058.254.7–61.6
200630.026.6–33.45.84.5–7.556.853.2–60.560.558.9–64.0
200828.625.3–31.99.97.7–12.153.249.6–56.959.856.3–63.4
201023.620.5–26.68.26.3–10.251.147.5–54.756.252.7–59.8

aIncluding sparkling wine.

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