The results are in: Tim Hortons is no longer Canada's favourite coffee shop - Macleans.ca
 

The results are in: Tim Hortons is no longer Canada’s favourite coffee shop


 

Move over Tim Hortons, Canadians have a new favourite coffee shop: McDonald’s. More than 1,500 people have voted using Maclean’s Coffee Ranker, which went live on Monday. The tool lets users rank the 15 largest national and regional chains that sell coffee in the country.

A first place vote gets 15 points, a second place vote gets 14 and so forth.

READ: Okay, Canada: It’s time for the hard truth about Tim Hortons

Disagree? Submit a ranking and have your say.

Here’s how the points break down as of October 20:

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The results are in: Tim Hortons is no longer Canada’s favourite coffee shop

  1. Mcdonalds. Really?

    Perhaps the survey says more about the demographics of Macleans readers

    • You’ve got the palette of a donkey if you disagree with the choice of McDonalds over Tim’s.

      • Hee Haw

  2. It’s “LETS” not “Let’s” that’s short for “let us”. Whoever is proofing and editing needs more coffee.

  3. I went to sort the brands and noticed that the starting order of brands from 1-15 in your survey is EXACTLY the same as the order of the results results. IE – McD’s is 1st, SC 2nd, SBX 3rd, etc. This creates enormous bias in your results. You need to randomize them in data collection. Also, best practice for a ranking exercise is maximum of seven items. When people are ranking 15, the focus becomes completing the task rather than thinking about what is actually best and worst..

  4. The disappointment at Burger King will be palpable.

    • Just like every meal there!