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More from Eurobarometer

This time on animal welfare within the context of farming and so forth.

Asked 'Would you be willing to change your usual place of shopping in order to be able buy more animal welfare friendly food products?', the Cypriots and Greeks are the runaway leaders at 83% and 82% respectively, with Finland and the Netherlands bottom of the class at 42 and 43%. We are joint 18th at 56%, level pegging with Bulgaria.

Looked at demographically, women, the middle aged, urbanites, the self-employed and white collar workers are the most enthusiastic, with the old and unemployed being rather more cash conscious.

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Blogger james higham said... 7:51 am

One can't blame the aged but I'd drive the kilometres to buy more animal-friendly.  



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