And nearly a fifth（19%）of the female interviewees had been injured through an accident after getting drunk compared to 14% of men.
Of the 1,000 people questioned, 63% had phoned in sick for work after a big night out.
Just 2% of men questioned said they had been sexually assaulted after drinking too much. More than a quarter（27%）of women had been arrested or cautioned by police while drunk compared to just 16% of men, according to the survey.
The findings are released by the Portman Group, a campaigning body funded by the drinks industry, to coincide with the launch of its "drinks diary" scheme.
The survey of 18 to 30-year-olds revealed that 34% of interviewees got drunk due to peer pressure.
More than half the young women questioned（59%）had got into an argument while drunk compared to 45% of men. Almost half of the young women questioned did not eat a meal either before or during a big night out.
Almost one third of interviewees said they drank too much because they had a bad day or week and 31% said they got drunk to make them feel more confident.