Americans’ opposition to animal testing at record high, survey finds

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Laboratory mouse. Credit: Tiburi - Pixabay

The share of Americans who think that it’s unethical to do medical testing on animals has reached a new high in Gallup polling.

Forty-four percent of adults think that such medical testing is “morally wrong” according to the results of a recent survey conducted by Gallup, up from 26 percent in 2001. Gallup says that the change is driven by younger Americans, who are more likely than their older peers to disapprove of medical testing. …

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