3.1.1 GENDER OF 30 RESPONDENTS WHO HAD CONSUMING BEERS
The bar chart shows number of male and female who has consuming beer.
In this bar chart, clearly shows that number of male who has consuming beer is higher than female. Among these 30 respondents, 19 respondentsthat mean more than half respondentswho have consuming beer are male.While for female who has consuming beer are fewer and 11 respondents over 30 respondents only. It may due to male have more opportunity to drink beer and they like the taste of beer than female. For example, some female consider that the taste of beer is bitter and doesn’t like beer so much. But for male, they like the bitter of beer and enjoy it very much.
According to the research,women drink less and have a lower prevalence of drink problems than men, but the gender differences in the relationship between level of drinking and drink problems have rarely been investigated quantitatively. However, this gender difference was largely accounted for by individual differences in weight of body water. Beer accounted for the excess of men's drinking over women's and the proportion of alcohol consumed as beer was inversely related to drink problems. As drinking levels in women begin to approach those in men, rates of drink problems in women are likely to overtake those in men because of women's greater physiological sensitivity to the effects of alcohol.
In a nutshell, we can make a conclusion thatif drinking levels in women approach those of men, then we can expect that rates of drink problems amongst women will overtake those in men because of their physiological sensitivity to the effects of alcohol.
3.1.3 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AGE OF PEOPLE AND BRAND OF BEER THEY HAD CHOOSE
The bar chart shows the relationship between age of respondents and the brand of beer that chosen by different age level’s respondents.
Generally speaking, more than half number of respondents who is 18 to 25 years old is choosing Heineken as their...