THE Oklahoma State University department of agricultural economics conducts a monthly online "Food Demand Survey."
With a sample size of at least 1,000 individuals weighted to match the U.S. population in terms of age, gender, education and region of residence, the survey has proved to be fairly accurate.
That's good, especially in an era when so many surveys include carefully worded questions designed to lead to a predeterm
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