Maybe have an extra cup of coffee today. Your state NEEDS you!
A new study ranked the most and least CAFFEINATED states in America by looking at three factors: How much coffee the average person drinks . . . how much soda they drink . . . and how often they search for coffee on Google.
According to the results, Vermont is REALLY suckin’ it down. And I guess, Delaware is full of “morning people” who don’t need it.
The ten most caffeinated states in America are: Vermont . . . Arizona . . . Colorado . . . New Mexico . . . Hawaii . . . Idaho . . . Rhode Island . . . Oregon . . . Kansas . . . and Iowa.
The ten LEAST caffeinated states are: Delaware . . . Maryland . . . Georgia . . . New Jersey . . . New York . . . Pennsylvania . . . Nebraska . . . Virginia . . . Arkansas . . . and Michigan.
If you just look at coffee consumption alone, New Mexico is #1 at 2.4 cups a day.
Photo by Devin Avery