Calif. poll shows concerns about childhood obesity

04/4/2012 | San Francisco Chronicle

A Field Poll of 1,000 likely California voters showed 3 out of 5 would support imposing a special tax on soft drinks to fight childhood obesity and about half said the biggest threats to child health were unhealthy eating habits and a lack of exercise. Most agreed that children and families had a major role in reducing obesity but that health care providers, schools and communities should also be involved.

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