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Spirits consumption by households in United Kingdom: Fall in 2015

In comparison with the previous year the variable went down by 6.36 percent, according to new statistics announced by UK National Statistical Office. Spirits consumption fell from 32.75 milliliter per person per week in 2014 to 30.67 milliliter per person per week previous year, in contrast to the prior year when it rose by 7.6%. The overall changes for the previous 24 years hit a rise of 14.49%. Likewise, the spirits consumption is now smaller than its average which equals 31.22 milliliter per person per week and the indicator reveals a overall increase since the start of observations. It attained its all-time high of 35.78 milliliter per person per week in 2007 and record low of 24.68 milliliter per person per week in 1994.

Spirits consumption by households in United Kingdom: Fall in 2015
Date Milliliter Per Person Per Week Variation
2015 30.67 -6.36
2014 32.75 7.6
2013 30.44 -9.17
2012 33.51 7.78
2011 31.09 -9.2
2010 34.24 3.83
2009 32.98 6.6
2008 30.94 -13.53
2007 35.78 4.26
2006 34.32 7.51

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