Would it or would it not be acceptable to allow companies from elsewhere to use ‘geographically limited’ food names (such as Blue Stilton) as part of a trade deal with the USA?

Field work dates: 10 June 2020 - 11 June 2020
Data from: Great Britain
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Results for: Would it or would it not be acceptable to allow companies from elsewhere to use ‘geographically limited’ food names (such as Blue Stilton) as part of a trade deal with the USA?
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11 June 2020
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Would be acceptable24%
Would not be acceptable56%
Don't Know20%

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    Thinking about a future trade deal with the United States, the USA are likely to ask for Britain to makes some changes to our rules, quotas or tariffs to make American imports to Britain easier and in exchange Britain will ask for the USA to makes changes to their rules, quotas or tariffs to make British exports to the USA easier. Below are some changes that that people have suggested that the USA might ask for, in each case, please say whether you think it would or would not be acceptable as part of a trade deal with the USA? Allowing companies from elsewhere to use “geographically limited" names, such as Prosecco, Blue Stilton and Parmigiano Reggiano

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