Aptaujas

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Post by uldens » 8 years ago

+1

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Post by Brakis » 8 years ago

MOnk wrote:
Brakis wrote:Kārtējā nepareizi sastādītā aptauja par dzeršanu. Ja es sākumā ielieku - nelietoju vispār, tad par lielāko daļu pārējo jautājumu man nav poņas! :D
Viedoklis var būt arī bez lietošanas, vai ne? :)
Man nepatīk izteikt viedokli par to, par ko man nav poņas. :)

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JR
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Post by JR » 8 years ago

639 cilv. aizpildījuši uz šo brīdi :yo: :muscle: :cheerleader: :clap:

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Post by Didzis » 8 years ago

Visu vasaru braucu ar ziemas/vissezonas riepām

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Post by JR » 8 years ago

Didzis wrote:Visu vasaru braucu ar ziemas/vissezonas riepām
Es arī :D

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Post by Didzis » 8 years ago

MOnk wrote:
Didzis wrote:Visu vasaru braucu ar ziemas/vissezonas riepām
Es arī :D
Nav tāda punkta aptaujā :D

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Post by JR » 8 years ago

Didzis wrote:Nav tāda punkta aptaujā :D
Ir, jau uzliku :lol:

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Post by JR » 8 years ago

2004. gada dati
The proportion of last year abstainers among the total adult population reported across countries ranged from a low of 2.5% in Luxembourg to a high of 99.5% in Egypt. In relation to lifetime abstainers (have never tried alcohol) among the total adult population, the rates range from 9.4% in Latvia to 98.4% in the Comoros (see country profiles for more information). Care must be taken when interpreting this table as the cut-off age for different countries varies (from 12 years and above to 18 years and above). Given the role of alcohol in different societies, these differences may be quite easily explained. The one consistency that appears to transcend cultures is the difference in abstention rates between males and females. A higher proportion of women abstain from alcohol than men. A second common finding is the role of religion in shaping drinking habits. For instance, countries with Islam as the official religion almost always have higher rates of abstinence.
Pusķak, no prijatno, kaut kur esam arī pirmajā vietā :yo: :ginc: :D

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