Who Are The Meat Reducers, And Why Are They Cutting Back?
A Meat and Dairy Industries Article from All-Creatures.org

FROM Faunalytics.org
March 2020

That almost a quarter of U.S. residents say they’ve reduced their meat consumption over the past year is a positive outcome.

The U.S. ranks among the top countries globally for meat consumption, but a recent Gallup poll suggests that people are starting to eat less meat.

Nearly one in four people (23%) in the U.S. report eating less meat in the past year, according to a Gallup phone survey of 2,431 U.S. adults conducted in September 2019. That leaves almost three-quarters of the population eating the same (72%) or more (5%) meat than they had previously. Meat reduction was reported most frequently by survey respondents who were female, nonwhite, and affiliated politically with the democrats.

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