The given table presents the outcome of the research on the proportion of people who consumed soft drinks daily for over a week in the four countries of the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Island) , in 2019.
Overall, the consumption of soft drinks remained between 39% and 51% among the four countries of the United Kingdom. Scottish people took the lead by using 51% of the soft drinks whereas Northern Ireland lagged behind among all the four countries, as mentioned in this comparison, by consuming 39% of these brands of soft drinks. All the countries used Coca- Cola in the highest percentage except the Scotland citizens who were more tended towards Irn- Bru.
Considering England, Coca- Cola and Pepsi were preferred by consumers showing the consumed proportion of both the brands as 16% and 8 % respectively while other drinks: Fanta, Sprite and Irn-Bru were used with the proportion of 7%, 5%, and 4% respectively.
The Scottish People liked Irn-Bru the most by showing its consumed proportion as 23%. Coca-Cola had been their second priority by registering its consumed percentage as 11% while Pepsi, Fanta, Sprite were used moderately by giving their percentage as 7%, 6%, 4% respectively.
In Wales, Coca-Cola and Pepsi were the top demanded drinks by the public, consuming them as 20% and 8% respectively. The proportion of Sprite and Irn-Bru had been steady (6%) while Fanta was used at the rate of 5%.
The percentage of Coca- Cola and Sprite (18% and 16% respectively) show the Northern Ire landers’ tendency towards these two brands the most whereas Fanta, Pepsi, and Irn-Bru were their least priorities by consuming them in the proportion of 7%, 6%, and 5% respectively.