Registered voters by a 2-1 margin favor increased use of ethanol, a Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research and Public Opinion Strategies poll found. The poll found 59% favor increased use of ethanol in the nation's fuel supply, while 30% oppose increased use.

The poll also asked voters whom they most blame for rising food costs in the U.S. and the world. The results were:

49% Increased cost of gasoline.
11% Increased commodities speculation.
8% Increased use of grain for ethanol.
8% Corporate takeover of feed production.
7% Increased demand in China and India.
7% Severe weather.
2% None.
5% All.
3% Don't know or refused.