Study: The English and Scots are the most likely to be heavily drunk

An international study also states that Englishmen and Scotsmen got seriously drunk most often in 2019.

With 33.8 times in a year, the Scots were slightly ahead of the English (33.7) on average, according to the Global Drug Survey. More than 90,000 people in more than 25 countries were surveyed at the end of 2019 for the survey, which was published Monday. Getting drunk was defined in the survey like this: So much alcohol was drunk that physical and mental abilities were massively impaired - including, for example, sense of balance or speech.

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