Nearly one in four Americans (23%) report eating less meat in the past year than they had previously, while the vast majority (72%) say they are eating the same amount of meat. Very few (5%) report eating more meat this year than in the past.

Asked how often they eat meat — such as beef, chicken or pork — two in three U.S. adults say they eat it “frequently” (67%) while 23% say they eat meat “occasionally” and 7% “rarely” eat it. Just 3% report “never” eating meat.