According to the General Household Survey
, about 20 per cent of women across the UK drink more than the NHS recommended daily limit of two to three units of alcohol, equivalent to one large glass of wine a day.
[3.] General Household Survey
, National Statistics Omnibus Survey, March 2008.
Government figures compiled as part of the General Household Survey
2006 also showed a 2% drop in the number of British adults smoking from 24% to 22%.
The latest figures, taken from the General Household Survey
2006 show rates in the North-east have fallen from 29% in 2005 to 25% in 2006 - double the national average decline.
In the 2001 General Household Survey
, 51% of black and ethnic minority respondents described themselves as British only, compared to 29% of white people.
A thousand residents in every local authority area were quizzed about their sport and active recreation habits, which is 20 times bigger than the 2002 General Household Survey
, the last major survey conducted in sport
K.) Office for National Statistics released it's General Household Survey
. Among its findings were: Between 1998 and 2003 the survey period was 2002 to 2003 the consumption of alcoholic beverages remained virtually the same.
The report was prepared for the Health Development Agency for their General Household Survey
These are some of the findings of the 1998 General Household Survey
(GHS) released by the Office for National Statistics.
The General Household Survey
revealed that adult smoking fell from 39 per cent in 1980 to just 28 per cent in 1996.
Koffman also notes that the General Household Survey
asked about victimization during the 1970s.