The table below presents a review of a survey on the percentage of people who consume fizzy drinks in a period of seven days where they drank at least one soft drink per day in 2019 in the four nations of The UK.
Overall, respondents from four countries in The United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland) declared that they drank 5 different fizzy drinks ( Coca-Cola, Irn-Bru Pepsi, Fanta, and Sprite) every day throughout a week. Coca-cola was the preferred drink in three of the four nations (England, Wales, and Northern Ireland) while Irn-Bru was the most popular in Scotland, albeit, Irn-Bru was the least drinkest drink in the other 3 nations according to the survey. However, Scotland was the country where most people consume soft drinks followed by Wales, and in third and fourth place were England and Northern Ireland respectively.
The most famous soft drink was Coca-Cola in three of four nations, 16% of English people reported that they drank it over a week, in second and third place were Wales 20% and Northern Ireland 18%, respectively. Irn-Bru was the second most popular drink with 23% of the Scottish respondents stated that they drank it. However, Irn-Bru was the least drink fizzy drink in Northern Ireland with 3% followed by England with 4%.
On the other hand, in third place was Pepsi, 8% of English respondents said that they drank it, the same as people from Wales, Pepsi was preceded by Fanta which was slightly below, only 7% of English people and 6% of the respondents from Scotland and Northern Irland report that they consume Fanta. At the bottom of the list was Sprite, 7% of Northern Ireland participants who completed the survey stated they drank Sprite, and the country which respondents drank least that soft drink was Scotland with just 4%.
Finally, Top of the list of countries in The UK where people drank soft drinks every single day over a week in 2019 was Scotland with 51%, Wales was ranked second with 45% followed by England with 40%, and just below Northern Irland with 39%.