Public opinion: sugar tax would increase substantially over years in the UK 2015

This statistic displays public opinion regarding the extent to which tax on sugar in soft drinks would increase in amount substantially in the years after it is first introduced in the United Kingdom (UK), as of November 2015. Of respondents, 39 percent somewhat agree that it would lead to a substantial price increase.

To what extent do you agree or disagree that taxing sugar in soft drinks would, like taxes on alcohol and cigarettes, increase in amount substantially in the years after it is first introduced?

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Source

Release date

December 2015

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

November 25 to 26, 2015

Number of respondents

2,005 respondents

Special properties

GB Adults

Method of interview

Online survey

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