Backers of labeling for genetically-engineered foods say 66 percent in poll are supporting Initiative 522
Backers of the Initiative 522 campaign to require labeling of genetically engineered foods said Friday their own polling shows 66 percent public support for the measure. The poll was done by GBA Strategies of Washington, D.C., and it queried 1,200 likely voters during June 18-23. The survey included respondents on land lines and cell phones and had an error margin of plus-or-minus 2.8 percent.
According to the poll memo released by Elizabeth Larter, spokeswoman for I-522, the pollsters asked:
Initiative Measure Number 522 concerns labeling of genetically engineered foods. This