Yesterday, we ran on article on an Amerisleep survey about coffee consumption. Surveying over 1,000 people, the survey shed some light on Americans’ coffee drinking habits, including: number of cups consumed daily, yearly coffee expenditure, and even reason for drinking coffee. In short, it was a good survey. We liked it.

But it got us to thinking. Do these results represent the average American coffee consumer? What about those that really, really like coffee, those that would, oh I don’t know, read about specialty coffee news and culture online from the most trusted name in coffee journalism? We’re inclined to believe, dear readers, that a survey of coffee geeks—both those employed in the dark arts and home dabblers alike—would produce… different numbers.

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So we’re putting that theory to the test. And we think we can get more than 1,000 responses. We’ve based this survey on that of Amerisleep’s but modified it a bit to better represent the Sprudge-reading, coffee-drinking public. If you would be so kind, please take the nine question survey below. You won’t be spammed with emails, your information won’t be sold to Cambridge Analytica (or shared with anyone for that matter), or any other nefarious thing that you could imagine as the result of answering a few questions online.

We’ll post the results some time next week, so stay tuned. Thanks for participating!

Zac Cadwalader is the news editor at Sprudge Media Network and a staff writer based in Dallas. Read more Zac Cadwalader on Sprudge.

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