The experts believe that the public underestimated the risk with some bacteriological hazards that are prevalent and overestimate the risks posed by hazards with low prevalence such as mad cow disease put together. They found that the level of education and age were important determinants of the level of understanding of risk issues and messages, but also felt that the media for information, to communicate misleading.

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