The table chart illustrates the proportion of carbonated drinks consumption every day during a 7 day period in 2019 in the 4 nations of the UK.
Overall, Coca-Cola was the most popular drink except Scotland where Irn-Bru was the most popular. Additionally, total proportion of each country varied between 39 to 51%.
Looking first at England, 16% people completed the survey reported that they drank Coca-Cola. In the second place was Pepsi, which was followed by Fanta at 7%. The least popular were Sprite and Irn-Bru with 5%, and 4%, respectively. Besides that, 40% people stated that they drank fizzy drinks.
Turning to Scotland, 51% of Scottish respondents said that they drank fizzy drinks. Irn-Bru is the most popular drinks in Scotland at 23%. Next came Coca-Cola at 11%, whereas Pepsi was just ahead of Fanta with 7% and 6%, respectively. Only 4% of the Scottish people completed the survey said that they drank Sprite.
In Wales, 20% of people drank Coca-Cola. Pepsi came second with 8’, making it more popular than Irn-Bru and Sprite with 6%. The least popular was Fanta, which was only drunk by a quarter as many respondents as Coca-Cola.
Finally, 39% of Northern Irish respondents answered that they drank fizzy drinks. Coca-Cola was ranked first with 18%, while Sprite half as popular as Coca-Cola with 7%. In third place was Fanta with 6%, which was followed by Pepsi with 5%. The least popular drink was Irn-Bru with only 3%.