Chart of the day: High schoolers shunning soda


From a new report on beverage choices by America’s high school-age youth from the Centers for Disease Control, a look at the fast-changing demographics of carbonated beverage consumption. Students were asked if they had consumed a soda within the last 24 hours, yielding these results:

During 2007–2015, daily soda consumption decreased from 33.8%  to  20.4%.  During 2007–2011, daily milk and juice consumption did not change; however,  during  2011–2015 daily milk and juice consumption decreased from 44.4% to 37.5% and from 28.2% to 21.6%, respectively.

During 2007–2015, daily soda consumption decreased from 33.8% to 20.4%. During 2007–2011, daily milk and juice consumption did not change; however, during 2011–2015 daily milk and juice consumption decreased from 44.4% to 37.5% and from 28.2% to 21.6%, respectively.

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