By Christian Fuchs
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At first glance, there might not seem to be much difference between these two questions: 1. Do' you think anything should be done to curb the rise of HMOs in this country? 2. Do you think anything could be done to curb the rise of HMOs in this country? Or these: 1. Do you think you should eat five servings of fruits and vegetables a day? 22 THE 7 POWERS OF QUESTIONS 2. Do you think you could eat five servings of fruits and vegetables a day? There is only one word's difference in both sets of questions, yet they would likely elicit very different responses.
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