OECD: Morale – Driving under Alcohol Influence

In World Values Survey, this question was asked:

Justifiable: Driving under Alcohol influence

However, only selected OECD countries were asked in the questionaire. The answer in the scale form was given, running from 1-10, 1 being “never justifiable” and 10 being “always justifiable”. The mean score given from all the participants in the respective country is shown in the graphs below:

Among the selected countries, people in Luxembourg think that driving under alcohol influence is slightly justifiable compared to others. This is followed by France and Portugal. On the other hand, people in Denmark, Hungary, Sweden and Finland think that driving under alcohol influence is never justifiable. May be this has something to do with their high fatality rate for traffic accident which involved alcohol as shown in the previous post here.

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