Barometer 2023 Key Findings

Research reveals that 59% of adults consume alcohol at least once a week, but growing numbers are making positive changes to their drinking habits but growing numbers are making positive changes to their drinking habits  The annual Drinkaware Barometer* provides an overview…

The process of planning for the Drinkaware Barometer 2023

 We were excited to commence the ‘planning phase’ for our 2023 Barometer in May. The Drinkaware Barometer is a national population-based survey of 1,000 adults aged 18+ conducted by Behaviour and Attitudes on annual basis and includes a series of…

Summer 2022 Research Briefing  

Drinkaware were delighted to host their 10th Research Briefing event on 23rd June 2022. Dr. Maggie Matthews, Behaviour and Attitudes (B&A), gave the keynote presentation focusing on analysis that she has undertook using data from the latest qualitative Drinkaware research…

CEO Comments: Alcohol Has No Place in Childhood

CEO Comments As the national charity working to prevent underage drinking Drinkaware firmly believes that alcohol has no place in childhood.   The legal age for drinking is 18 years, but the average age of first drink is 15.5 years (Drinkaware…

Self-Control & Alcohol – Spring 2022 Research Briefing

We were thrilled to host our 9th Research Briefing event on 30th March 2022 at which Dr Michael Daly, Maynooth University gave the keynote presentation focusing on analysis that he has undertook using data from the Growing Up in Ireland…