2015 Global Update on Mothers’ Attitudes Toward Breast vs. Formula Infant Feeding

Mothers around the world face the decision to breast or bottle feed infants from different perspectives. The 2015 Global Update on Mothers’ Attitudes Toward Breast vs. Formula Infant Feeding will survey mothers of children under age 12 in order to examine cultural predispositions and attitudes towards the relative merits of breast vs infant formula. This study builds on trended research (2004-2011) conducted by Multi-sponsor Surveys, Inc. in the United States and permits comparisons of mothers’ infant feeding decisions across subscribers’ choice of countries.

Subscribe now to this upcoming study and qualify for discounted pre-field pricing and an opportunity to review the questionnaire prior to interviewing.

Contact Karen Bundy for more information.

 

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