I'm not sure what to think:
"...about 29 percent of the population meets the definition for excessive drinking, but 90 percent of them do not meet the definition of alcoholism."
It's the kind of study I take with a grain of salt or a shot of whiskey. "Excessive drinking" and "alcohol dependence" both strike me as concepts that are fuzzy around the edges.
This may require revision,
but 85.7 percent of statistics are stated with misleading precision.
I do like this official slogan, mostly because it rhymes:
“Stop drinking while you’re still thinking.”