Changing public attitudes have led to a decline in U.S. soda sales. But health expert Marion Nestle believes many people still consume unhealthy amounts of sugary drinks. She argues beverage companies are spending millions on research that misleads consumers.
Recent polls suggest a statistical dead heat between President Bush and presumed Democratic nominee John Kerry. We’ll hear several perspectives on how the news from Iraq and other issues are affecting voter perceptions.
- Stuart Rothenberg editor and publisher of the Rothenberg Political Report
- Stanley Greenberg pollster and political analyst chair and CEO, Greenberg, Quinlan, Rosner Research
- Tod Lindberg Editor of "Policy Review;" research fellow at the Hoover Institution; author, "The Political Teachings of Jesus."
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