Caffeine Nation: Zagat 2014 Coffee Survey ResultsBy Carolyn Alburger | February 24, 2014 By Carolyn Alburger | February 24, 2014
Despite conflicting evidence about coffee's benefits for your body, its consumption in America shows no sign of slowing down. Our 2014 coffee survey polled upward of 1,500 Zagat readers, finding that most people who drink coffee drink it every single day - and it's not just one cup of joe. That daily dose is actually 2.3 cups, on average. But we went much deeper into coffee-drinking habits. For instance: is $3 too much to spend on a simple cup of joe? Is it ok to hang out at a coffee shop all day long? And is decaf really déclassé? These answers and more can be found in the 2014 Zagat Coffee Survey Results, listed out by the numbers, below.