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Table. 1 Characteristics of participants

From: Do consumers ‘Get the facts’? A survey of alcohol warning label recognition in Australia

  Unweighted data Weighted dataa
  N % N %
Gender
Male 295 52.6 277 49.8
Female 266 47.4 279 50.2
Age
18–24 98 17.5 132 23.7
25–34 190 33.9 200 35.9
35–45 273 48.7 224 40.4
Education
Less than tertiary 317 56.5 314 56.6
Tertiary or above 244 43.5 241 43.4
Frequency of binge drinking
Never 185 33.0 180 32.5
Less than monthly 240 42.8 246 44.3
Monthly 85 15.2 83 15.0
Weekly 43 7.7 39 7.0
Daily or almost daily 8 1.4 7 1.2
Main alcoholic drink
Beer 166 29.6 153 27.6
Wine 155 27.6 150 27.1
Spirits 115 20.5 119 21.5
Pre-mix 86 15.3 96 17.2
Cider 20 3.6 19 3.5
Other 19 3.4 17 3.1
Drink directly from can or bottle
Never/not often 170 30.3 168 30.2
At least sometimes 391 69.7 388 69.8
Support for health warning labels
Neutral or opposed 114 20.3 110 19.8
Support/strongly support 447 70.7 445 80.2
  1. aData weighted by age, sex, and state of residence