Alcohol-related death rate in England 2016, by gender and region

Alcohol-related death rate* in England in 2016, by gender and region

by Conor Stewart, last edited Sep 4, 2018
Alcohol-related death rate in England 2016, by gender and region This statistic presents the alcohol-related death rate in England in 2016 by region. The highest death rate for men in 2016 was recorded in the North East of England at 27 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, while the highest death rate for women was in the North West region with 13.6 deaths per 100,000 of the population.
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Alcohol-related death rate* in England in 2016, by gender and region

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