Brasilia is the city that consumes the most chocolate in Brazil, says survey
Brasilia city (Brazil’s capital) is the champion when it comes to eating chocolate in Brazil, according to a survey conducted by Ibope (Brazilian Institute of Public Opinion and statistic). The study shows that 73% of respondents in Brasilia, in the period between August 2010 and August 2011, reported having consumed the food at some of the last seven days.
São Paulo, Recife and Salvador are behind in the ranking with 71% of the population each.
The data collected by the Target Group Index (Ibope) also revealed that 79% of unmarried women in the cities surveyed, consumed the product during the week they were interviewed. Among men who reported having the same status, the number was lower: 70%.
Married people do not like so much chocolate: 64%, including men and women. And even those who have children living at home showed no greater than the percentage of unmarried woman. Were 67% of respondents.
Among the age groups that consume more food, emphasis on two: between 12 and 19 years (20%) and 25 to 34 (22%).
The survey heard 20,736 people in the metropolitan areas of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Porto Alegre, Curitiba, Belo Horizonte, Salvador, Recife, Fortaleza, Brasilia, in the interior of São Paulo and in the southern and southeastern regions of this last city mentioned.
(Translated text from the Folha Online Website)
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