A majority of respondents (86%) agreed that customers should be able to buy meat and poultry raised without antibiotics at their local supermarkets. Women were more likely to agree (90%) than men (82%).

Fifty-seven percent of respondents reported that meat raised without antibiotics wa available in the meat section where they usually shopped. Of those who did not have it in their local meat section, 82% said they would buy it if it were available.

More than 60% of respondents stated that they would be willing to pay more for meat raised without antibiotics. Over a third (37%) would pay a dollar or more per pound.