Britons are breaking their New Year's resolution to stop boozing

Britons are already breaking their New Year’s resolution to stop boozing – after just a week of 2022

  • Geordies most likely to have broken a ‘no booze’ New Year’s resolution promise 
  • Poll of 1,500 from all over the country found 24 per cent had fallen off the wagon 
  • One healthcare worker broke his resolution on January 3 at a pal’s dinner party

One-in-four Brits have already broken a New Year’s resolution to stop boozing, just over a week into 2022.

A poll of 1,500 from all over the country found 24 per cent had fallen off the wagon.

The most common resolutions after drinking which have been ditched since January 1 were: joining a gym – 22 per cent; lose weight – 19 per cent; and maintaining a ‘positive attitude’ – 18 per cent.

One-in-four Brits have already broken a New Year’s resolution to stop boozing, just over a week into 2022 

Geordies were most likely to have broken a ‘no booze’ promise, with four-in-ten confessing that they had already imbibed.

Seb Livingstone, 34, of Newcastle, said he broke his resolution on January 3 after a pal invited him round for a dinner party.

The healthcare worker said: ‘To be honest it was quite a relief as I know I’d never have made it through the whole year.’


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