Reasons consumers think genetically modified foods should be labeled in Canada as of August 2015

Reasons consumers think genetically modified foods should be labeled in Canada 2015 This statistic shows the reasons consumers think genetically modified foods should be labeled in Canada as of August 2015. During the survey, 87 percent of the respondents stated they wanted to know what is in the food they are eating.
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Share of respondents
Want to know what's in the food I'm eating87%
Concerned that not enough research has been done on the long-term health and environmental impacts of genetically modified food58%
Safety concerns55%
Lack of transparency in the government's approval process for genetically modified food47%
Concerned that genetically modified food is not natural46%
Concerned that genetically modified foods give large companies too much control over the food chain46%
Concerned about the environmental effects of genetically modified food45%
Ethical concerns about genetically modifying plants and animals30%
Other2%
Share of respondents
Want to know what's in the food I'm eating87%
Concerned that not enough research has been done on the long-term health and environmental impacts of genetically modified food58%
Safety concerns55%
Lack of transparency in the government's approval process for genetically modified food47%
Concerned that genetically modified food is not natural46%
Concerned that genetically modified foods give large companies too much control over the food chain46%
Concerned about the environmental effects of genetically modified food45%
Ethical concerns about genetically modifying plants and animals30%
Other2%
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This statistic shows the reasons consumers think genetically modified foods should be labeled in Canada as of August 2015. During the survey, 87 percent of the respondents stated they wanted to know what is in the food they are eating.
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Release date
September 2015
In cooperation with:
Ipsos
Region
Canada
Survey time period
August 14 to 17, 2015
Number of respondents
877 respondents
Special properties
Canadian adults who think GM food should be labelled
Method of interview
Online panel

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