A recent survey shows 7 out of 10 Evansville high school students never or rarely drink alcohol. It takes a minute for that to sink in. The results are so positive, you might even wonder if theyre correct. Critics say the 4 thousand students polled were obviously lying. But in this fox 7 special report, a Central High School junior who took the survey himself says its about time the real numbers speak. Any given day this is where youll find Mario Turi after school, at practice in the outfield. The Central High School junior is committed to a pure performance on the field, pure of drugs and alcohol. And when recently asked about it on a special survey, Mario answered from the heart. "I think because of the way I was raised. Ive always had a lot of self confidence anyways, so I dont need something false like alcohol to make me feel better." Mario is one of 4-thousand students who recently took the "Most of Us" survey paid for by the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation grant to reduce alcohol abuse in partnership with youth first. The survey showed 7 out of 10 EVSC students never or rarely drink alcohol. (Rarely means 2 or fewer drinks a year). Skeptics say kids lie on surveys like these to avoid hearing more anti-alcohol messages. Could be. But officials from Youth First dont think so. They say the same survey shows 7 out of 10 students said they want adults to talk to them about alcohol. Adults like moms and dads, coaches, and teachers, it matters to them. And it matters to Mario. "I think for me, its mainly because of my family. I was brought up and I have a very strong family background and my uncles and my dad would be very disappointed in my if I did." He says the numbers show one thing. Theres a difference between what we think our friends do versus what they really do. And in the EVSC, most kids dont use alcohol.