A survey of 2,000 people was conducted by Populus, a respected pollster, and commissioned by Bayer Crop Science. One of the top ten biggest producers in the industry, it is also a subsidiary of Bayer AG, which is currently in the process of merging with Monsanto, the world’s biggest seed producer, and a leader in GMO proliferation.
According to the results, published in The Times, 54 percent of the respondents said that they agreed with the existence of genetically-modified crops “in principle,” and 10 percent said they were “necessary” to feed a growing population. Only 27 percent said they were opposed to the technology outright. FULL STORY