National Health Survey 2011-2012 Health determiners. Absolute figures

Average daily alcohol consumption by sex and social class based on the occupation of the reference person. Average and standard deviation. Population aged 15 years old and over that consumes alcoholic beverages more than once per month

Units:average and standard deviation
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  • Notes ( 2 )
    • 1) a) Socio-economic levels classification of the Spanish Society of Epidemiology:
      I. Directors and managers of establishments with 10 or more wage earners and professionals traditionally associated with university degrees
      II. Directors and managers of establishments with 10 or more wage earners, professionals traditionally associated with university degrees and other technical support professionals
      III. Intermediate occupations and self-employed workers
      IV. Supervisors and workers in skilled technical occupations
      IV. Skilled primary sector workers and other semi-skilled workers
      VI. Non-skilled workers

      1) b) The equivalence (in grams of pure alcohol) used is:
      Beer with alcohol: 10 g per unit of beverage.
      Wine or cava: 10 g per unit of beverage.
      Apetizers with alcohol (vermouth, fine wine, jerez): 20 g per unit of beverage.
      Liquors, anis, sloe brandy: 20 g per unit of beverage.
      Whisky, cognac, mixed beverages: 20 g per unit of beverage.
      Local beverages (cider, carajillo...): 10 g per unit of beverage.
    • The symbol '.' shall be deemed as data which cannot be given due to an insufficient sample.
      The data corresponding to cells with fewer than 35 thousand persons must be considered with caution, as they may be affected by a high degree of sampling error.
      • The symbol '.' shall be deemed as data which cannot be given due to an insufficient sample.
        The data corresponding to cells with fewer than 35 thousand persons must be considered with caution, as they may be affected by a high degree of sampling error.
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  • Source:Ministry of Public Health, Social Services and Equality and INE