3 Things To Know About How Delawareans Like To Happy Hour
Happy Hour is a time to let loose after a long day at work, with a few drinks and some friendly conversation with co workers or friends. And those of us here in Delaware are certainly no stranger to a good Happy Hour.
The crew over at Shane & Co. surveyed nearly 2,600 Americans to find out what happy hours look like across the U.S.
Here’s What They Found Out About Happy Hour
There are a few states who prefer a non-alcoholic option while out, like Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Ohio and Utah.
With the exception of Massachusetts and New York, most states prefer an early start time of 4pm or 5pm.
The average person likes to spend about 78 minutes out, consuming 2 or 3 drinks and spending about $35. I’d say that seems about right.
How Do Delawareans Like To Happy Hour?
While that may be the average, let’s take a look at these 3 things and how Delaware in particular spends their time.
- Delaware residents would prefer to drink a cocktail at a restaurant with coworkers.
- They would like to start their happy hour at 5 pm and would stay for about 88 minutes.
- Overall, they’d spend no more than $35
The data provided was based off of a survey conducted by Shane & Co. in June of 2023. The sample size was 2,600 Americans, excluding any participants from Alaska, Hawaii, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont and Wyoming. The participants of the survey came from a wide variety of demographics. The survey included questions about happy hour preferences, influences, and experiences. The aim was to gather insights into the attitudes and behaviors surrounding happy hour across the United States.
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