Public support rises

30 April 2001

Public support for the construction of new nuclear power plants has risen to 66%, according to a survey carried out by Bruskin Research. The survey, conducted in March 2001, showed a 15% incraese in such support since January 2001, and a 24% rise since October 1999. The most pronounced increase in support for new nuclear plants was in western USA, where 62% of people think new plants should be built, compared with 33% in 1999.

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