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Research Article

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

Table 6

Regular drinking of strong alcohol, winea, and beer among men by sociodemographic variables (odds ratios (ORs) and confidence intervals (CIs)).

Sociodemographic variablesStrong alcoholWineBeer
ORs95% CIsORs95% CIsORs95% CIs

Age
 20–34111
 35–491.351.19–1.541.170.93–1.480.790.70–0.89
 50–641.191.04–1.371.070.84–1.380.480.42–0.54
Education
 High111
 Medium1.090.94–1.270.590.47–0.740.950.83–1.08
 Low1.150.99–1.340.470.37–0.590.980.86–1.12
Place of residence
 Cities111
 Towns0.860.76–0.980.810.64–1.020.830.74–0.93
 Villages1.100.97–1.241.190.96–1.490.840.75–0.94
Marital status
 Married111
 Others1.060.94–1.201.060.85–1.330.810.72–0.91

aIncluding sparkling wine.

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