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From waking you up in the morning to keeping you awake in the afternoon, coffee is there for you all day long.
It’s the drink college students turn to when they have to pull an all-nighter for the test the next day. Coffee is great for staying alert during the workday or meeting that big deadline.
If you’re one of those people who live on coffee, then you’ll be happy to know that National Coffee Day is coming up on September 29th.
To celebrate, we surveyed 2,000 workers to see how much coffee everyone is drinking- and how they consume their daily dose of caffeine.
Most of the responses we received for this answer were pretty standard. No doubt you will find the reason you enjoy a cup of joe below:
But some other responses were, well, they were just out there.
Zippia.com, a career resource website, conducted a study of 2,000 workers across the U.S. on their coffee drinking habits.
Sure, drinking coffee has its benefits. Probably as much as it has its downsides. Especially, if you go for that afternoon shot of espresso.
But that afternoon cup of joe might be better for your production at work if it were to be followed up by a 15-minute nap.
In fact, scientists have proven that together, the “coffee nap” is the most efficient way of achieving alertness.
If you think you couldn’t possibly take a nap at work, think again. There’s a surprising amount of people who do. As they say, if there’s a will, there’s a way.
With science set aside, the majority of people enjoy a daily cup of coffee. Whether it’s with cream and sugar, or just black like their soul.
How Every State Takes Their Coffee
|State||How They Drink Coffee|
|Alabama||Sugar and cream|
|Arizona||Sugar and cream|
|Arkansas||Sugar and cream|
|California||Sugar and cream|
|Colorado||Sugar and cream|
|Connecticut||Sugar and cream|
|Delaware||Sugar and cream|
|Florida||Sugar and cream|
|Georgia||Sugar and cream|
|Hawaii||Sugar and cream|
|Illinois||Sugar and cream|
|Indiana||Sugar and cream|
|Iowa||Sugar and cream|
|Kansas||Sugar and cream|
|Kentucky||Sugar and cream|
|Louisiana||Sugar and cream|
|Maine||Sugar and cream|
|Maryland||Sugar and cream|
|Massachusetts||Sugar and cream|
|Michigan||Sugar and cream|
|Minnesota||Sugar and cream|
|Mississippi||Sugar and cream|
|Missouri||Sugar and cream|
|Nebraska||Sugar and cream|
|New Hampshire||Sugar and cream|
|New Jersey||Sugar and cream|
|New York||Sugar and cream|
|North Carolina||Sugar and cream|
|Ohio||Sugar and cream|
|Oklahoma||Sugar and cream|
|Oregon||Sugar and cream|
|Pennsylvania||Sugar and cream|
|Rhode Island||Sugar and cream|
|South Carolina||Sugar and cream|
|South Dakota||Sugar and cream|
|Tennessee||Sugar and cream|
|Texas||Sugar and cream|
|Utah||Sugar and cream|
|Virginia||Sugar and cream|
|Washington||Sugar and cream|
|West Virginia||Sugar and cream|
|Wisconsin||Sugar and cream|
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