Caffeine is a staple of the American workplace, and many fortunes have been made selling this legal drug in coffee, tea, soda, and other forms.
Our Snapshot survey asked Human Infrastructure newsletter readers about their caffeine consumption, and they align pretty well with national numbers.
A plurality of respondents, 39%, consume three to four caffeinated beverages daily, and a jittery 18% are downing five or six.
Eleven percent of respondents abstain (and I wonder what percentage of them are smug about it).
Here’s a visual of the full results. And now if you’ll excuse me, it’s time to put on the kettle.