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So Why Exactly Aren't Millennials Going To Bars These Days?


A new study reports 28% of young millennials, ages 24-31, prefer to drink at home. Why? According to Refinery29.com, it's because they believe “it is too much effort to go out.” Some think it's a result of young adults being more frugal, or perhaps not having it in their budget to go out often. But others believe they're doing it out of laziness. In fact, this camp even refers to young adults as the “stay-at-home generation.” But when millennials were asked why they prefer drinking at home, reasons varied. It's perceived as more relaxing (74%), less expensive (69%), and more personal (35%).

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