British Columbians are the most caffeinated Canadians

a new one poll A survey conducted by time2play found that British Columbians spend more on coffee than any other Canadian.

As temperatures drop, residents of British Columbia are turning to their favorite beverage to keep warm, spending a whopping $38.28 a month on coffee and drinking an average of 1.7 cups a day.

Other provinces spent an average of $22.06 to $36.42 a month on coffee, making British Columbia the most caffeinated place in Canada.

More than half of the 1,000 respondents preferred drinking coffee at home to a drive-thru restaurant or coffee shop.

They also prefer black coffee over craft coffee drinks like lattes, cappuccinos or even espresso.

The study excluded the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Prince Edward Island and the Yukon due to a lack of data, but found that of the regions surveyed, Saskatchewan spends the least on coffee per month account for only $22.06 per month.

On average, households across Canada spend $35.21 a month on coffee — including wholesale and takeaway coffee from places like Starbucks, Tim Hortons, McDonald’s and local stores.

Surprisingly, Starbucks won the title of favorite coffee shop across the 22 industries in the survey, reflecting a growing number of Canadians turning their noses up at national favorite Tim Hortons.

The survey found that retirees drink 2.6 cups of coffee a day, the most of any occupation, and outpace construction and mining workers, who drink 2.4 cups a day.

Life, physical and social science workers reported drinking an average of 2.2 cups per day, while food preparation and service workers drank just 1.2 cups per day.

At the bottom of the list are those in architecture and engineering, who drink 1.1 cups of coffee a day, and at the bottom are students, who drink a meager amount of coffee a day.

Additionally, remote workers drank more coffee than in-office or hybrid workers, 1.7 cups per day. Office workers drank an average of 1.5 cups per day, while hybrid workers drank 1.6 cups per day.

On average, Canadians consume 1.5 cups of coffee per day from various places or at home.

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