A survey results found that tea drinkers are more likely to be extroverted, adventurous night owls.
A poll of 2,000 Americans examined the personality differences between people based on their first morning cup: coffee or tea. The study had over 75 percent of respondents drinking their first cup of coffee or tea before 8 a.m., people are looking to fuel their life on the go.
The survey revealed that the average coffee drinker typically downs 3.4 cups a day, while tea fans sip through 2.7 cups.
Tea drinkers described them as “average” sleepers, while the coffee drinkers are more likely to be a “light” sleeper.
This coffee versus tea survey even went into entertainment. Tea drinkers were more likely to enjoy The Walking Dead, Friends, and The Big Bang Theory on TV, while coffee fans preferred Grey’s Anatomy, The Office, and Seinfeld.
Musical tastes were different between the two groups as well. Respondents that go for coffee said they liked listening to punk, rock, blues and jazz. Fans of tea preferred classical, country, pop, or hip-hop/rap.
Caffeine was the main reason for people moving away from coffee toward tea, with 37 percent saying “too much caffeine” was the coffee turnoff. 41 percent of coffee drinkers said the caffeine was the main reason they choose the java.
SOME MORE QUALITIES OR BEHAVIORAL ATTRIBUTES:
Tea drinker drink and average of 2.69 cups per day.
Tea drinkers are more likely to be extroverts
Tea drinkers are more likely to be considered night people
Tea drinkers are more likely to prefer cats over coffee people
Tea drinkers are more likely to be “tidy” or “perfectly clean”
Tea drinkers are more likely to be in a relationship
Tea drinkers are more likely to describe themselves as “Quiet” in the morning
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