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People Who Drink Beer Regularly in the US are More Outgoing, Love Rock 'N' Roll

by Bidita Debnath on  April 11, 2015 at 9:49 PM Research News   - G J E 4
In the US, people who drink beer on a regular basis confess to being more outgoing, lovers of rock and roll, happy at work and food enthusiasts, suggests a study released to coincide with National Beer Day on Tuesday.
People Who Drink Beer Regularly in the US are More Outgoing, Love Rock 'N' Roll
People Who Drink Beer Regularly in the US are More Outgoing, Love Rock 'N' Roll
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The study by Letsgraba.beer and market research company Wakefield Research revealed that 53.8% of beer enthusiasts consider themselves outgoing, while only 42.7% of non-beer drinkers exhibit the same tendency. The alcoholic beverage particularly helps men to socialize, something 56.5% of them acknowledge, while most women claim that alcohol plays no part in their sociability.

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When asked about the music they listen to, 72.6% of beer drinkers prefer rock, while 27.4% prefer hip hop. However, rock and roll is the favored musical genre among non-beer drinkers with 84.5% preferring it to hip hop.

In terms of job satisfaction, 79.7% of beer drinkers say they are happy with their jobs, while only 57.8% of non-beer drinkers made the same claim. The study also reveals that 67.2% of beer drinkers are food enthusiasts, opposed to 38% among non-beer drinkers.

Letsgraba.beer and Wakefield Research interviewed 1,000 Americans over the age of 21 (US legal drinking age) for the study.

Interviews were conducted between March 5 and 19 in Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Houston and Denver.

The survey has a 3.1% margin of error.

Source: IANS
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