Results for - Fewer people in the U.S. drank coffee during the pandemic -survey
Fewer people drank coffee in the United States during the pandemic compared to levels seen before it, although the drink remained by far the most popular in the country, according to results of a national survey released on Thursday.
1. The survey commissioned by the National Coffee Association (NCA) found that 58% of people in the U.S. had at least one coffee the day before responding to the survey in January, versus 62% a year earlier. If you drink coffee, do you have at least one coffee per day?
2. The fact coffee shops are still operating with limitations might be one of the reasons for the coffee drinking fall. If you do drink coffee, do you prefer:
From a local coffee place
3. The survey says people are drinking as much coffee in the morning as always, but drinking in the afternoon – a habit often linked to coffee shops visits – fell 4 percentage points. if you drink coffee, do you drink it in afternoon as well?
4. According to the survey, people continued to be divided about when they would feel comfortable to go out for coffee, with 33% saying they feel comfortable now and another 31% saying they will not be comfortable until the pandemic is over. Do you feel comfortable going out for coffee right now?