by Julia Clark
The answer is no, insofar as public opinion in the U.S. is concerned. Using research conducted by Ipsos in 22 countries examining opinions and perceptions towards different types and levels of government intervention on unhealthy foods, the findings clearly show that while American opinions vary greatly depending on the degree of government intervention, one thing is consistent – attitudes on this issue among adults in the U.S. differ greatly from attitudes in most other countries when it comes to their acceptance and support of government intervention.
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