Polling: Make Our Food Safe

Polling

Polls commissioned by the Pew Health Group in recent years reflect widespread support for strong federal government oversight of food safety.

National Poll

  • May 2011
  • September 2009

State Polls

Iowa

  • August 2012 (3rd District)
  • August 2009

Kentucky 

May 2011

May 2011 (5th District)

June 2010

Georgia

  • May 2011 (1st District)

Nevada

  • July 2010
  • November 2009

New Hampshire

  • November 2009

North Carolina

  • November 2009

Ohio

  • November 2009

Wyoming

  • November 2009

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