The State That Runs on Starbucks:

You Won’t Believe the Results

If you're a coffee lover, chances are you've visited a Starbucks at least once. With its iconic green logo and a menu full of delicious coffee concoctions, Starbucks has become a staple in the daily routines of many Americans.

Now, let's dive into the most Starbucks-obsessed state and uncover what makes it a coffee lover's paradise.


With one Starbucks store per 10,450 people, Oregon has the highest rate of Starbucks locations per capita in the country.


Coming in closely behind Oregon is Washington, ranking as the second most Starbucks-obsessed state. With 711 Starbucks locations, there is one store for every 10,710 residents in Washington. 


But it's not just the Pacific Northwest that is crazy about Starbucks. Nevada is third on the list, with 276 locations across the state. That means there is one Starbucks store for every 10,994 residents in Nevada.


Moving on to the fourth spot on the list is Colorado. Despite being located in the central part of the U.S., Colorado has 493 Starbucks stores, making up 3.09% of all Starbucks locations in America.


California makes up a whopping 19.3% of all Starbucks stores in the country, but with a population of over 39 million, there is one Starbucks location for every 12,814 California residents.


Despite having just 0.7% of the total number of Starbucks stores in the country, Hawaii still boasts one Starbucks store per 12,858 residents. The fondness for Starbucks knows no bounds, even in the remote islands of Hawaii.

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