Opinions on reducing meat consumption in Finland 2012-2017

This statistic shows the result of a survey on opinions on reducing meat consumption in Finland in 2012 and 2017. According to the survey, willingness to reduce meat consumption increased over the surveyed period. Whereas nine percent of respondents had already reduced their meat consumption in 2012, the corresponding figure in 2017 reached 21 percent. As of 2017, 58 percent of respondents did not intend to reduce their meat consumption.

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Release date

July 2017



Survey time period

2012 and 2017*

Special properties

incl. fish

Supplementary notes

The number of respondents each year were as follows:
2017 n=723
2012 n=690.

The source does not provide the original wording of the question posed during the survey. The wording of the question chosen for this statistic may therefore differ slightly from the original.

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