The United States runs on coffee. By some estimates, more than 60 percent of adults in the US regularly drink the beverage. Some cities, however, are far more hyped up on coffee than others.
WalletHub, a credit score improvement company, analyzed coffee consumption and prevalence for the 100 most populated US cities. It took into account the average spending on coffee per household, the number of coffee shops per capita, the Google search traffic for “coffee” in the city, and nine other key indicators — including some coffee-adjacent factors like the number of doughnut shops per capita. The data came from sources like the US Census Bureau, Yelp, Google Trends, and the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.