National and regional figures, released on January 14, 2020 by Public Health France through a series of Public Health Bulletins (BSP), show that alcohol consumption is a concern in our country: 11.7 liters per year per capita at least 15 years old in 2017.
Almost a quarter (23.6%) of 18-75 year olds exceeded consumption benchmarks. Among young people (18-24), more than one in eight report at least ten drunkenness per year, and among seniors (65-75), one in four drinks alcohol daily.
What alcohol? It depends on the regions. Beer takes it north and east. Wine dominates in the South and strong spirits in the West.
Île-de-France, on the other hand, is one of the regions with the lowest daily alcohol consumption: 7.1% compared to a national average of 10%. This is also the case, all alcohol combined: in Normandy (7.9%), Pays de la Loire (8.1%) and in all DROMs. The top three are from Occitania (12.6%), New Aquitaine (12.3%)
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