These are the drunkest countries in the world

The World Drug Survey classified the most drunken countries in the world according to the times their citizens get drunk annually. And the results may surprise more than one. The research was conducted among 120,000 people from more than 30 countries of the world and also analyzes the consumption of other drugs, in addition to alcohol.

Mexico, ranked first in the Latin American countries that drink the most alcohol
Mexico, ranked first in the Latin American countries that drink the most alcohol
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The Irish and Russians have a reputation for drinking without regard and, in addition, enjoy the day as if there were no consequences in the following hours. But according to a recently published world research, this fame may be just that: fame.

The top 10 of the drunkest countries in the world

In this way, we know that the drunkest country in the world is, nothing more and nothing less than the United Kingdom, because its citizens get drunk around 51 times a year, practically once a week.

But the unworthy second place belongs to the United States, with its not far away 50 times a year. The first Latin American country that appears in the ranking is Mexico, in the eighth place, where its citizens get drunk about 38 times a year.

These are the first 10 places worldwide:

United Kingdom, 51 times a year

United States, 50 times a year

Canada, 47.9 times a year, 48 in practical terms

Australia, 47 times a year

Denmark, 41 times a year

India, 41 times a year

Ireland, 40 times a year

Mexico, 38 times a year

Czech Republic, 36 times a year

Finland, 34.9 times a year, 35 in practical terms

The drunks of Latin America

In the global ranking, Mexico is the Latin American country with the highest rate of alcoholism in the world, in an eighth place with citizens who get drunk 38 times a year. From there, we jump to the 24th place occupied by Brazil, with 27 times.

According to this survey, the most drunken countries in Latin America are in this order:

Mexico, eighth in the world ranking, with 38 times a year

Brazil, place 24 of the world ranking, with 27 times a year

Argentina, place 26 of the world ranking, with 23 times a year

Colombia, place 27 of the world ranking, with 22 times a year

Chile, place 30 of the world ranking, with 16 times a year

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