Unfortunately, this is a question that cannot really be answered. You’d have to have a very large sample size in a broad range of demographics to get a semi-accurate result pool, and that would still leave you shy of the truth. Another problem is that often organic-certified eggs are not truly organic, and can sometimes be produced at factory farms.
Basically, with the information and statistics currently available, it’s unlikely that you can find a reasonable, factual answer to your question.
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