UK: Consumers continue to give GM foods the cold shoulder - MORI poll
A new poll indicates that over half of Britons are still hostile towards genetically modified foods. In a poll organised by MORI, 56% of those questioned said they were against GM foods, while just 14% were in favour. Women showed stronger opposition than men (61% of women, 51% of men), but there was no significant correlation between affluence or political affiliation and attitude towards GM food.
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