Drinking patterns and perspectives on alcohol policy: results from two Ontario surveys.

@article{Giesbrecht2005DrinkingPA,
  title={Drinking patterns and perspectives on alcohol policy: results from two Ontario surveys.},
  author={Norman Giesbrecht and Anca R. Ialomiteanu and Lise Anglin},
  journal={Alcohol and alcoholism},
  year={2005},
  volume={40 2},
  pages={
          132-9
        }
}
AIMS Previous research has shown that heavier drinkers, in comparison to light drinkers or abstainers, are more likely to favour increased access to alcohol and relaxation of control policies. Often, studies have not examined whether attitudes to alcohol policies vary according to a respondent's pattern of drinking. This study examined the association between drinking variables and views on policy, using six drinking variables and six topics on alcohol policy. METHODS Data were available from… CONTINUE READING

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