Growing support for soda warning labels in CA, field poll shows
A Field Poll released today shows overwhelming (and growing!) voter support for warning labels on sugary beverages, despite the beverage industry’s desperate counter efforts. Nearly 4 out of 5 registered voters polled (78 percent) support requiring warning labels on sugary drinks, which is up from 74 percent two years ago. During those same two years, the soda and beverage industry spent well over $12 million on lobbying and political efforts to fight local and statewide regulations, including warning labels. It also found the most support for warning labels in CA’s Latino (85.3 percent) and African-American (82.3 percent) communities.
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The poll surveyed 1,253 registered CA voters between December 10, 2015 and January 3, 2016 and was commissioned by CCPHA and funded by the California Endowment.
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The California Center for Public Health Advocacy