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Sunday, October 19, 2008

Media Release - Release of Disturbing New Research Regarding Alcohol

The Salvation Army today released new Australian research as part of its Alcohol Awareness campaign that shows 4.3 million people say alcohol has had a negative impact on them or their family and more than two million people have experienced children being embarrassed or scared as a result of alcohol consumption in the family.

The research was conducted for The Salvation Army by Roy Morgan Research. The new research also shows more than 8.4 million people want alcohol advertising reduced and more than 3.6 million people want alcohol advertising banned altogether.
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