A survey commissioned by the Food Ethics Council, Eating Better and Hubbub shows that two-thirds (66%) of the UK public agree that meat and dairy imports should be at least as high quality as those produced in the UK. In contrast, a mere 3% of respondents said that the UK should import meat and dairy regardless of its quality.
The Yonder (formerly Populus) poll released on the 3rd November 2020 interviewed a representative sample of 2,095 people in the UK. Respondents were asked about a range of questions relating to eating meat and dairy, livestock production and trade.
You can read the press release here and download the Yonder poll responses relating to the future trade of meat and dairy below.