A particularly shocking example of sentence end focus in a tweet from The Economist:
If you were wanting evidence that English readers actually do stress the end of a sentence, take a look at reaction to this tweet. Everyone reads it the same way: environment first, poor people second.
Seems clear readers would have been a lot happier if editors had flipped the sequence:
More poor people are eating meat around the world. That is bad news for the environment, but it means the poor will live longer, healthier lives.