PRINCETON, N.J. — When it comes to the alcoholic drink most often consumed, beer enjoys a comfortable margin over wine, according to Gallup's annual Consumption Habits poll, conducted July 10-13. While beer still is not as widely preferred today as it was in the early 1990s — when close to half of Americans said it was their alcoholic drink of choice — preferences for wine have fallen back from their 2005 high of 39%, to 31%. Nearly half (47%) of drinkers in the 30-49 age group now most ...

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