Almost Split Vote on GMO Food Labeling

Chuck Zimmerman 2 Comments

Our latest ZimmPoll asked the question, “Should foods containing GMO crops be labeled?” The Prop 37 ballot initiative in California prompted us to ask the question. Well, the initiative failed while our poll showed that most answered yes to our question by a very narrow margin. Interesting. Your thoughts? Feel free to chime in with a comment.

Our poll results: Just over fifty percent said Yes and just over forty nine percent said No.

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Comments 2

  1. KenC

    Interesting, especially given the fact that California voted it down. How many votes were cast in your poll? I wonder if some pro-label activist sent the link around to run up the score.

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