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Table 2 Associations between disaster exposure and self-perceived changes in alcohol consumption

From: Changes in alcohol consumption after a natural disaster: a study of Norwegian survivors after the 2004 Southeast Asia tsunami

  Total sample Not exposed, reference Non-danger exposed Danger exposed
(N = 830) (n = 123) (n = 432) (n = 275)
Increased drinking 78 (9.4) 1 (0.8) 36 (8.3) 41 (14.9)
Unchanged 695 (83.7) 120 (97.6) 371 (85.9) 204 (74.2)
Decreased drinking 57 (6.9) 2 (1.6) 25 (5.8) 30 (10.9)
χ2 = 37.29, p < 0.001
  1. Results are given as N (% within group).