Bloomberg rates Armenia fourth most immoral country

27.06.2013 18:16
Bloomberg rates Armenia fourth most immoral country

YEREVAN, June 27. / ARKA /. Armenia was ranked fourth in the list of most immoral countries in the world by Bloomberg analysts. The analysts studied indicators of 57 countries.

To determine the degree of immorality, Bloomberg picked the following averages: the amount of alcohol for every adult citizen of the country, the number of smoked cigarettes, the prevalence of drug use (percentage of residents using drugs aged 15 to 64 years), and the total losses from gambling as a percentage of GDP.

Bloomberg analysts found that an average Armenian drinks 13.6 liters of alcohol a year, smokes 1,620 cigarettes and squanders 1.65% of GDP on gambling.  Some 3.5 percent of the population smokes cannabis, 0.3 percent uses opioids, 0.5% uses amphetamines and ecstasy and 0.1% cocaine.

The Czech Republic has been announced the most immoral country while impoverished Zambiahas been announced the most innocent. The Czech Republic was followed by Slovenia, Australia, Armenia, Bulgaria, Spain, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belarus and Greece.

According to the study, the residents of Colombia, Mexicoand Venezuela consume relatively little drugs. -0-

 


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