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March the 22th of 2012 is the 20th World Water Day. Drinking water, as thesource of life, has been widely accepted in the world. With the new beverageemerging, how does everyone drink water? Here is the latest discovery made byHorizon:
Noteveryone has the habit of drinking water. 7.2% of the interviewees drink nothing during theirwork and be as the “Dry Pan Tribe”. The proportions of drinking nothing belowis higher. 9.2% when watching TV, 18.4% during lunch and 18.2% during dinner.
Teais the best for refreshment.49.9% of the interviewees go for water and the second favored is tea by 20.8%of the interviewees, which is certainly because of the refreshment of tea andthe tea culture in
Wineis the most popular in social activities. 55.4% of the interviewees drink wine in the socialoccasion kinds of party and 41.3% in parties of friends gathering and 32.2%during parties of family members.
The survey further finds out that there ismore young people drink wine in large and small parties and more elder peopledrink wine in family parties. And 20% more men drink wine in various partiesthan women.
The highly educated prefer red wine no lessthan Chinese spirits. Beer is the most popular in all party occasions with apreference ratio of no less than 20% and the second is Chinese spirits. However,red wine is relatively more widely accepted among the highly educated withclose preference ratios of 13.3% of red wine and 16.5% of Chinese spirits. Andthe young people like beer and the elder prefer Chinese spirits.
Thefruit and vegetable juice becomes the preferred substitute of alcohol. 11% of the interviewees normally drinkjuices at daily lunch and 9% at dinner. It ranks just second to water. And maleturns out to prefer juices than women during the lunch and dinner time. Meanwhile,juice always ranks first in non-alcohol beverage among various parties, whichis 1.5 to 4 times drunk compared to carbonated beverage.
Addendum: The most popular beverageon different parties (alcohol)
The survey from January to February of 2012 adoptsmulti-stage random sampling and visit interview method, covering 3775 permanentresidents aged between 18 and 60 in12 cities in China including: Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou; and 12 countiesand their 12 villages including: Puning of Guangdong Jieyang and Santai ofSichuan Mianyang. The results have been weighted according to the population ofeach city. The sampling error of this survey is ±1.03% with 95% of the confidence.