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  • Attitudes toward Farmed Animals in BRIC Countries

    We completed a multi-national “BRIC” study to compare attitudes and behavior regarding farmed animals and veg*nism across five different countries (in...

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  • Naturalness Concerns And Clean Meat Acceptance

    This randomized controlled trial is designed to investigate interventions that may mitigate naturalness’ role as a major barrier to clean meat accepta...

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  • How Does Video Outreach Impact Pork Consumption?

    A study conducted by Faunalytics and Animal Equality supports the effectiveness of AE’s video outreach for reducing consumption and shifting attitudes

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  • The People Who Support Animal Causes

    An in-depth study about the people who support animal causes, including what they do, what they like, and who they are

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  • Who Are The Vegetarians? (NHANES Foods Dataset & Analyses)

    Faunalytics volunteer Joe Millum examined the connections between self-reported and true diets using the NHANES dataset.

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  • What To Call Plant-Based Meat Alternatives: A Labeling Study

    A three-stage project investigating alternative labels to vegan and plant-based. The report is available here: https://faunalytics.org/what-to-call-pl...

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