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Survey: Tequila drinkers more likely to cheat

A survey of adult US consumers has found that Tequila drinkers are more likely to cheat in a relationship, while whiskey imbibers may cheat in school.

81% of Tequila drinkers say they have cheated in a relationship

Essay ghostwriting service EduBirdie conducted a survey of 2,000 American drinkers to uncover their imbibing and cheating habits.

The survey, which polled whiskey, Tequila, wine and beer drinkers, found that 81% of Tequila imbibers admit to cheating in a relationship. The survey also found that 34% of whiskey drinkers say they have done the same.

EduBirdie found 8% of wine drinkers and 48% of beer drinkers have cheated in a relationship.

According to the results, respondents that drink whiskey (78%) are more likely to cheat in school. For Tequila drinkers the results were a little better, with 33% saying they had cheated in an exam.

For wine drinkers, the figure was 13% and 63% of beer drinkers polled said they had cheated in school.

EduBirdie collected the data through a third-party survey service, which questioned 2,000 US drinkers representative of men and women aged between 18-24.

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