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