Few Icelandic parents buy alcohol for their teenagers

The legal drinking age in Iceland is 20 and according to a new survey, very few parents have bought alcohol for their under-age kids.

The majority of parents of teenagers aged 16- 18 are in favour of using alcohol and drug monitors at high school gatherings and also in favour of using drug detection dogs in high schools.

92% of parents, according to the survey are against underage drinking.

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