What does the European public think of animal cloning for food products?
• 71 per cent respondents have heard about animal cloning, with four in ten having talked about or searched for information on the topic.
• the European public see animal cloning as not offering benefits, as unsafe, as inequitable and as worrying.
• 70 per cent of respondents disagreed that animal cloning in food production should be encouraged, while only 15 per cent agreed.
• 77 per cent agreed that it is fundamentally unnatural.
• 67 per cent agreed that it makes them feel uneasy.
• 57 per cent agreed that animal cloning in food production is not good for either themselves or their families.
• 64 per cent disagreed that it is safe for future generations, while only 17 agreed.
• 54 per cent feel it benefits some people but puts others at risk.
• 60 per cent do not consider it to be good for the national economy.