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Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by ibglowin, Jan 12, 2019.
Way to go NM! (per capita) LOL
What's up with Idaho?
Hey! @ibglowin, that’s the first image you’ve posted that actually shows up on mobile app and not requiring to go to safari to view.
Whatever it is you did, keep on doing it!
Yeah, maybe some data issues there.
LOL Did the exact same thing as those that don't show up. Copy/Paste link into the "insert image" button.
These did not come from FB though as many do so perhaps that is the issue somehow.
Umm, yeah. This is even more surprising when you factor in that Idaho's population is 1/4 Mormon. C.f. Utah's number.
Could be a lot of "Jack Mormon's" in Idaho.......
Could be, but the wine thing is still weird. I looked at the data source. Idaho is in the 1st decile in wine consumption, and the 9th decile in beer consumption. Supposedly they drink 1.3 times as much ethanol from wine as from beer. Nobody else is like that! The next-closest states drink like 0.7 times as much ethanol from wine as from beer. All of the states that are >0.5 times as much are all in the Northeast, plus California.
It may just be the source of the stats. Here is another:
Full report here:
I worked from the data here (which I think is consistent): https://pubs.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/surveillance110/pcyr1970-2016.txt
And your summary analysis is?
That Idaho's reported wine consumption rate is weird and wildly out of step with the rest of the country.
Gotta have something to do over those cold winters. Nothing like having your 'own private Idaho', so to say.
That is a summary conclusion. Let each of us have our own summary conclusion from your summary analysis.
Summary analysis are the charts, graphs, tables and stats analysis of the raw data you said you worked from.
As far as I can figure, we're number 6!!!!!
No, John, Georgia is way down the list!
I think that data was collected long before @JohnT relocated down there. They'll be up near the top soon enough.
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