Preferred beer in Great Britain 2014, by gender

Which kind of beer do you prefer?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Sep 16, 2014
Preferred beer in Great Britain 2014, by gender This statistic shows the type of beer (ale or lager) adults prefer in Great Britain (UK) in 2014, by gender. According to the results of the Yougov survey, 42 percent of male respondents said they prefer ale, compared to only 14 percent of female respondents. However an equal proportion of male and females chose as their preferred beer (39 percent), while 43 percent of females said they prefer neither.
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