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Taxing Soft Drinks Please tell me if you would favor or oppose increasing taxes on soda and sugary soft drinks to help pay for health care reform and provide coverage for more of the uninsured. Oppose Favor

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Taxing Soft Drinks

Please tell me if you would favor or oppose increasing taxes on soda and sugary soft drinks to help pay for health care reform and provide coverage for more of the uninsured.

Oppose

Favor

Supporters were asked: What if you heard that this kind of tax increase would hit low income people the hardest?

Opponents were asked:What if you heard that this increase would raise money for health care reform while also tackling the health problems that stem from being overweight?

Still favor

Oppose

Favor

Still oppose

Note: Follow up question on left asked of those who initially favored. Graph below it based on total, where “oppose” includes those who initially opposed along with those who opposed after hearing the follow up. Follow up question on right asked of those who initially opposed. Graph below it based on total, where “favor” includes those who initially favored along with those who favored after hearing the follow up.

“Don’t know/Refused” responses not shown.Source: Kaiser Family Foundation Health Tracking Poll (conducted June 1-8, 2009)