A recent poll by Gallup found that 28% of Americans reported that they weigh at least 200 pounds between 2010 and 2019, which is four points higher than the survey results between 2001 and 2009. The survey also found that the average weight of an American is 178 pounds, four pounds higher than the previous decade, and fewer Americans want to lose weight, at 54%, down from 59%.
Survey: Americans' average weight is up, fewer want to lose weight
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