When we think America, we think soda and other sugary drinks—at least that's what a new poll suggests.

A survey of some 1,900 U.S. adults by Interlex Communications and the Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity reveals Americans think drinking sugary drinks is a part of the all-American culture.

This comes despite the fact most of those same individuals say they know it's not good to drink them, and only 11 percent of them think sugary drink companies care about their health.

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