Study Finds the Differences Between Coffee and Tea Drinkers

If you’re a creative, introverted morning person, then odds are you prefer coffee over tea. You’d expect coffee fans to be the buzzy, loud ones up at all hours; however, the results found that tea drinkers are more likely to be extroverted, adventurous night owls. The survey, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of the Chinet brand, revealed that the average coffee drinker typically downs 3.4 cups a day, while tea fans sip through 2.7 cups. All that caffeine appeared to have an impact on sleep cycles, seeing as coffee drinkers were found to be more likely to be “light” sleepers. Over half (57 percent) of tea drinkers were self-described “average” sleepers. If coffee drinkers are light sleepers then it might be what’s helping them hear their first alarm and be punctual. Coffee fans are more likely to say they’re “always” on time. The coffee versus tea debate even spanned 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.” Music tastes varied between the two groups as well. Respondents that go for coffee like listening to punk, rock, blues and jazz. Fans of tea love to put on a little classical, country, pop or hip-hop/rap. More here.

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