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Project Farming - Italy 27 December 2012 New research from Ipsos MORI has shown that a majority of Italians (69%) do not agree that the failure of Italian farmers to comply with the EU sow stall ban is acceptable. Project Farming - Italy
Three in five milk buyers say they would never buy milk produced in large indoor dairies 1 September 2010 The results of a recent Ipsos MORI survey, commissioned by the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) show that three in five (61%) adults across Great Britain who buy milk say they would never buy it produced in large-scale indoor dairy sheds. Three in five milk buyers say they would never buy milk produced in large indoor dairies
New Report Shows Record Growth In Market For Organic Food 26 March 2001 Survey exploring consumer demand for organic food and greater sustainability. New Report Shows Record Growth In Market For Organic Food
Foot And Mouth Poll 18 March 2001 A 2001 poll on foot and mouth, rural post offices and hunting, with a booster sample in Devon and Northamptonshire. Foot And Mouth Poll
GM Field Trials - Three-Quarters Of The British Public Don't Want Them 30 June 1999 Just over three-quarters of the British public are opposed to field trials of generically modified crops. In response to this public demand, Greenpeace is calling for all GM field trials, including the Governments 'farm-scale' trials, to be stopped and the money spent on organic research. GM Field Trials - Three-Quarters Of The British Public Don't Want Them
Public Won't Swallow GM Contamination of Organic Crops 17 June 1999 A new MORI poll, commissioned by Greenpeace, reveals that the vast majority of the British public does not consider GM contamination of organic foods and crops to be acceptable. Public Won't Swallow GM Contamination of Organic Crops
The Countryside March - Who Was Really There? Mar 1998 Polling undertaken by MORI on behalf of the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) during the Countryside March has revealed that four out of five of the participants on Sundays Countryside March were Conservative voters, with almost half of them living in areas other than 'the middle of the countryside'. The Countryside March - Who Was Really There?
Kids Confused over Food Facts Mar 1997 A recent MORI survey of 8-11 year olds in England and Wales shows that children's awareness of key farming and food facts is inconsistent. Kids Confused over Food Facts
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