HELP WITH STATS PROJECT (poll)-please.

  1. I have a question that you could help me out with for my statistics homework (pre-req class towards nursing) for ALL nurses of ALL types...simple question:
    How many ounces of coffee on average do you drink in a day?
    Thank you!
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  3. by   meanmaryjean
    Not enough.

    32 oz and black

    Death before Decaf!
  4. by   Pepper The Cat
    Zero.
  5. by   Miiki
    Like 20-30oz daily
  6. by   AceOfHearts<3
    12-16oz
  7. by   ItsThatJenGirl
    8-16 ounces
  8. by   Mavrick
    Zero coffee. I get my caffeine from Diet Dr. Pepper. Conservatively I guess 2 Liters a day. SAD! but true.
  9. by   AnnieNP
    16 oz.
  10. by   KrCmommy522
    Zero coffee! I've never liked it so I never got started drinking it. I get it from my mom. She never drinks it either. I drink a Diet Coke as soon as I wake up, and drink waaaaay too much of it the rest of the day (my mom is the same in that sense too!)
  11. by   caliotter3
    Quote from Mavrick
    Zero coffee. I get my caffeine from Diet Dr. Pepper. Conservatively I guess 2 Liters a day. SAD! but true.
    Dr. Pepper straight, also conservatively 2 liters a day.
  12. by   SunGirlNightRN
    10-20oz depending, sometimes more sometimes less
  13. by   TamRN3
    24 oz. per day
  14. by   AceOfHearts<3
    Quote from KrCmommy522
    Zero coffee! I've never liked it so I never got started drinking it. I get it from my mom. She never drinks it either. I drink a Diet Coke as soon as I wake up, and drink waaaaay too much of it the rest of the day (my mom is the same in that sense too!)
    I never drank coffee until I started my career prior to nursing. It was a very solitary desk job, so a coffee break (walk to a coffee shop) was just as much about interacting with friends/coworkers, getting up and moving, and getting caffeine. Coffee has stuck ever since, but I do admit to using too much cream and sugar at times to make it palatable.

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