Surveys Show Strong Support for Ag Biotechnology
An International Food Information Council report released recently concludes that 84 percent of Americans have favorable or neutral impressions of agricultural plant biotechnology, while less than 16 percent hold an unfavorable impression.
The IFIC commissioned Cogent Research to conduct the 13th in a series of quantitative assessments of consumer attitudes toward food biotechnology. One thousand adults living in the U.S. were surveyed from July 29-Aug.18, 2008. The survey data were weighted against the latest U.S. Census projections on education and marital status to ensure the final results were nationally representative.
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