Do you think the law should or should not allow cows or sheep to be transported abroad before being slaughtered?

Field work dates: 14 March 2019 - 1 March 2020
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 3 polls

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Results for: Do you think the law should or should not allow cows or sheep to be transported abroad before being slaughtered?
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1 March 2020
Poll by NatCen
6 October 2019
Poll by NatCen
7 April 2019
Poll by NatCen
Definitely should5%7%6%
Probably should15%15%16%
Probably not32%34%34%
Definitely not46%43%43%

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“I would like you think about meat from Britain such as beef or lamb that is to be sold in a country such as France or Germany.

Some people say that it is OK for the cows or sheep to be transported abroad before being slaughtered, as that helps ensure the meat is fresh. Others say that the cows or sheep should be slaughtered in Britain because they find long-distance transport stressful..

Do you think the law should or should not allow cows or sheep to be transported abroad before being slaughtered?”

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