Other key survey findings include:

* 91 percent of Americans are committed to the principle that no one should go hungry in the U.S.

* 89 percent believe hunger impacts the physical development of infants/toddlers.

* 53 percent believe that children often eat cheap, unhealthy foods so families can pay rent.

* 51 percent believe that seniors often have to choose between paying for medical prescriptions or food.

* 54 percent of Americans say more should be spent to address hunger compared to other problems.

* 73 percent see a major hunger relief role for the federal government.

* 80 percent see a major role for local organizations/leaders.

For more information on the survey, go to http://www.tysonhungerrelief.com/media-resources.