Americans' likeliness to include or to avoid regular soda/pop 2015

Do you try to include or to avoid regular soda or pop?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Aug 3, 2015
Americans' likeliness to include or to avoid regular soda/pop 2015 This statistic presents the results of a survey among American adults regarding their likeliness to actively include or avoid regular soda or pop in their diet. Some 22 percent of U.S. adults stated to actively try to include regular pop in their diet.
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Do you try to include or to avoid regular soda or pop?

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