These data pertain to the 2013 National Alcohol Diary Survey
The National Alcohol Diary Survey estimated the personal consumption of, and expenditure on, alcohol among the general population aged 18-75 years living in private households in Ireland. The survey included a comprehensive series of questions on both the rates and patterns of alcohol consumption in Ireland and on alcohol-related harm, and it involved interviewing 5,991 respondents in 3,897 households.
The survey was completed between July and October 2013, and achieved a household response rate of 67.2% and a within-household response rate of 77.1%.
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The National Alcohol Diary Survey contained a number of questions relating to the survey respondents' drinking in the week and in the year prior to the survey. The survey collected demographic information (age, gender, area of residence etc.) on each respondent.
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