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More Voters Support Government Oversight Of Personal Care Product Safety, Survey Shows

February 28, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
In the United States, 37 percent of voters said they think the government has approved most of the chemicals used in personal care products, according to a survey by The Mellman Group, Inc. and American Viewpoint. Results of the study revealed 67 percent of respondents believe at least some products have been cleared by the government. Also, 68 percent of likely 2016 voters across the country believe the government should do more to ensure that chemicals used in personal care products are safe, while 28 percent said there are already too many government regulations. Data also revealed 56 percent said they strongly support government assurance, while 18 percent strongly oppose the idea.
"Americans Wrongly Believe The Government Already Protects The Safety Of Personal Care Products", The Mellman Group/Environmental Working Group, February 28, 2016, © The Mellman Group/Environmental Working Group
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