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

Table 3

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

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

19945.64.2–7.17.35.7–8.9
19966.75.2–8.28.36.7–10.0
19986.65.1–8.19.87.9–11.612.710.7–14.820.818.3–23.2
200011.59.7–13.311.59.7–13.318.316.1–20.525.923.4–28.4
20028.36.6–10.010.78.8–12.618.315.9–20.725.122.5–27.7
200410.28.4–12.17.76.0–9.316.814.5–19.124.021.4–26.6
200610.28.3–12.18.06.3–9.718.315.9–20.725.723.0–28.4
200812.410.3–14.414.111.9–16.314.512.3–16.628.425.6–31.1
20108.87.2–10.48.67.0–10.212.210.4–14.122.219.8–24.5

aIncluding sparkling wine.

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