Unveiled: The Moveable Middle on Animal Research Is Larger Than We Thought

June 16, 2021 This guest post was written by Matthew R. Bailey, president; Eva Maciejewski, director of communications; and Leah Jessen, digital communication manager, Foundation for Biomedical Research The research community has a prime opportunity to educate the so-called moveable middle with facts about why animal research is necessary for medical advancements, polling data show. … Continue reading Unveiled: The Moveable Middle on Animal Research Is Larger Than We Thought

52% of American public opposes the use of animals in scientific research

The Pew Research Center’s poll of over 2,500 members of the public shows the continuation of a worrying trend in support for animal research in the U.S. Among adults, 52% of respondents said they “opposed the use of animals in scientific research”, with 47% in favour. This is slightly down from 2015 when only 50% … Continue reading 52% of American public opposes the use of animals in scientific research

Gallup Poll Puts Majority Behind Animal Research

Mixed news last week with the results of the latest Gallup Poll on the moral acceptability of medical testing. 2% more Americans believe that animal research is morally acceptable than in 2009 (with 2% fewer believing it is morally wrong). This is the second consecutive annual rise in support for this lifesaving medical technique. However … Continue reading Gallup Poll Puts Majority Behind Animal Research