The survey of 1,000 meat eaters, conducted in 2018 by researchers at the University of Bath in England, found that 73 percent of respondents consider veganism to be “ethical.” Around 70 percent of these meat eaters said it was good for the environment and 50 percent said going vegan is healthy.
What meat eaters really think about veganism?
Analysis published in the journal Sustainability from University of Bath Psychology PhD student Chris Bryant suggests that 73% of meat eaters surveyed considered veganism to be ethical, 70% said it was good for the environment and half (50%) considered it healthy. 60% thought veganism was acceptable.
Why do meat eaters hate vegans?
One possible reason for the hatred comes from being uncomfortable with the truth and the perceived cruelty, as it brings with it a fear of judgement from vegans upon meat-eaters, as found by neuroscientist Dr Dean Burnett.
Can vegans and meat eaters get along?
Our friends ask us how we coexist in the same house all the time — assuming we must fight often about meat. Thats not the case at all! Its totally possible for vegans/vegetarians and meateaters to live together peacefully, if both parties are willing to listen to the other and work with their comfort zones.