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You just completed questions that measure people's perceptions of a new kind of meat product called cultured meat. Although it appears that cultured meat may have many societal benefits in the future, it is currently uncertain whether people will want to eat cultured meat. People may have many concerns about it that would prevent them from trying it or switching over completely from traditional meat to cultured meat. This survey was meant to capture people's concerns and their anticipated behavior when cultured meat becomes more common in the marketplace.
The graph below shows your scores on the questions about your willingness to try, eat regularly, and eat cultured meat in place of traditional meat, on a scale from 1 (definitely no) to 5 (definitely yes). Your score is shown in green (1st bar) . The score of the average Liberal survey respondent is shown in blue (2nd bar), the average Conservative score is in red (3rd bar), and the average score for Libertarians is in orange.
The graph below shows your average score on part of the synthetic meat acceptance scale. This consisted of questions in which, when assuming cultured meat is equal to traditional meat in most ways, you indicated your level of acceptance or opposition to the idea of eating cultured meat. The scale ranges from 1(lowest) to 7(highest), and lower scores indicate less acceptance of eating cultured meat. Your score is shown in green (1st bar) . The score of the average Liberal survey respondent is shown in blue (2nd bar), the average Conservative score is in red (3rd bar), and the average score for Libertarians is in orange.
If you are interested in learning more, we recommend the following links:Wikipedia article on cultured meat
Memphis Meats, a U.S. producer of cultured meat
Article on a recent consumer taste-test of cultured meat
People who take this survey may also enjoy taking a brief (<5 min.) survey that measures how sensitive you are to disgust, the Disgust Sensitivity scale.
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