Survey: Behaviours, interests, and values around animal well-being

The Vancouver Humane Society commissioned a Research Co. poll of British Columbia residents. This survey will help to effectively raise awareness on the care and well-being of animals and advocate for changes to prevent animal suffering.

Key survey findings:

Most British Columbians care for at least one companion animal in their household.

Most British Columbians are interested in the following topics:

The results of this survey are available to animal service organizations and interested members of the public to:

  • Understand current public behaviours and attitudes around animal well-being
  • Determine the most popular topics surrounding animal well-being and advocacy
  • Determine the most effective platforms to reach members of the public regarding animal topics

The results are based on an online study conducted from February 9 to February 11, 2024, among 801 adults in British Columbia.