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8% several times a week in the 30 days prior to the survey. 9% did not have any contact at all with relatives, friends, etc. Women reported that they felt lonely “very often” more than twice as often as men. 1%). 2%) or at least in the same city (30%). 1% lived in another country. 8% female) were members of an association or church. 8%). 5% of the sample were current drinkers. Table 2 shows drinking history by age and gender. 9%. Women, and particularly women over 30, were the most likely to be former drinkers (30% among those 30-44, 20% among those aged 45+).
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Aa by Mary Elizabeth Salzmann