Belly Up to the Data Bar for Some Statistics on Drinking

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A century ago, do-gooders worried that the lower classes would drink themselves into the poorhouse. Now, a new report from the National Center for Health Statistics indicates a different relationship between drink and poverty. Using data from 1997-98, the study finds poor people far less likely to drink than their better-off compatriots.

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