Spencer Greenberg survey on animal welfare


I’m look­ing for more in­for­ma­tion on the sur­vey men­tioned in this 80,000 hours epi­sode. Rele­vant text from the tran­script:

Robert Wiblin: You did an­other similar sur­vey to this to try to figure out peo­ple’s at­ti­tudes to­wards an­i­mal char­ity and just the welfare of an­i­mals in gen­eral, right?

Spencer G: Right, I think one re­ally in­ter­est­ing thing is the way peo­ple think about an­i­mals. Many peo­ple care about an­i­mals and think it would be re­ally bad to harm them, yet in the fac­tory farm­ing sys­tem, it seems like a lot of an­i­mals are harmed. We were in­ter­ested in study­ing that ap­par­ent con­tra­dic­tion. What’s go­ing on? Is it that peo­ple don’t be­lieve they’re be­ing harmed? Is it that peo­ple don’t be­lieve an­i­mals feel pain? Maybe they only care about dogs and cats and not about other an­i­mals. We wanted to in­ves­ti­gate that.

Per­haps it’s linked to from that page, but I can’t find it.