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

Table 4

Mean, standard deviation (SD), and median of standard drinksa consumed by men during the last week in 1994–2010.

Survey yearStrong alcoholWineBeerTotal
Mean (SD)MedianMean (SD)MedianMean (SD)MedianMean (SD)Median

199412.1 (9.7)12.62.5 (2.9)1.78.0 (6.6)5.912.6 (12.8)8.8
199611.9 (11.3)12.62.7 (2.6)1.78.1* (7.1)5.911.8 (12.7)7.9
199812.5 (10.6)10.13.9 (3.7)2.67.8* (6.6)5.912.1 (12.3)7.9
200012.5 (11.5)10.15.8 (9.4)2.68.9 (10.1)5.913.7 (15.6)9.8
200210.3 (9.1)7.63.4 (5.4)1.79.2 (8.0)7.912.8 (12.1)9.8
200412.7 (11.5)8.85.9 (4.6)3.58.8 (7.7)7.912.9 (13.2)7.9
200612.3 (10.2)10.14.6 (4.6)3.59.4 (8.6)7.914.0 (13.5)9.8
200812.2 (12.8)7.62.2 (1.8)1.710.1 (10.5)7.914.1 (15.0)9.8
201012.0 (12.1)7.63.9 (4.5)2.610.4 (9.3)7.913.5 (13.0)9.8

* 𝑃 < 0 . 0 5 compared to 2010, Kruskal-Wallis test.
aStandard drinks are calculated separately for strong alcohol, wine or sparkling wine, beer, and total alcohol consumed per week.

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