I'm not speaking for Bajaden but I would definitely say there is political undertones with the survey. There’s a environmental argument that the meat industry especially in terms of cattle is harmful. Excessive packaging also falls into that political environmental category. I am not saying good/bad either way. I will say extremes in this category either way (like many things) is not good.
On the whole, Americans are determined these days to filter nearly all issues, big or small, through a political lens. Everything becomes a political choice, whether it should be or not. When Dr. Seuss is transformed into a site of political conflict, it should be a pretty solid indicator that we've reached peak partisanship. We've gone 'round the bend, as they say, and I suppose these are the consequences of 24-hour news programming, excessive online engagement, and the crafting of individual identities that are consumed by which "team" one plays for, so much so that some Americans would rather choose death than educate themselves properly on the value of COVID-19 vaccination.
I would not have said this a decade ago, but given the sheer amount of commentary-disguised-as-information and outright misinformation currently circulating in the wild, as well as the general dearth of critical thinking that the American public exercises at large, I now feel that most Americans would be much better-served reading and watching less "news," not more. As it is, responses to surveys like these in 2021 tend to say more about a person's political party identification than any genuinely-held beliefs or carefully-considered ideological positions relative to the substance of the survey itself.