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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of participants randomised to the four availability conditions

From: The impact on selection of non-alcoholic vs alcoholic drink availability: an online experiment

 Reference 1 (n = 201)Reference 2 (n = 199)Increased non-alcoholic drinks (n = 203)Increased alcoholic drinks (n = 205)
Gender (%, n)
Male52 (105)56 (112)57 (115)59 (120)
Female48 (96)43 (86)42 (86)41 (83)
Other001 (2)1 (2)
Prefer not to say01 (1)00
Age (M, SD)38.2 (11.7)37.6 (12.4)38.8 (13.5)38.0 (11.2)
Education level (%, n)
Higher education63 (126)70 (139)67 (135)69 (142)
A levels24 (48)18 (36)19 (38)19 (38)
GCSE / O level A*-C11 (23)10 (20)13 (26)8 (16)
Qualifications Level ≤ 11 (2)2 (3)1 (1)2 (4)
Other qualifications01 (1)1 (1)2 (3)
No qualifications1 (2)01 (2)1 (2)
Baseline thirst (M, SD)49.3 (22.3)52.5 (21.5)48.0 (21.2)51.2 (22.3)
AUDIT score (M, SD)9.7 (5.6)9.3 (5.1)10.4 (6.0)9.2 (4.8)