Swedish nuclear phaseout poll

30 November 2005

A recent survey in Sweden has found that 65% of respondents would approve of reactors generating until the end their operational lifespan and did not agree with the decision to shut down reactors while they could still produce electricity.

The poll, conducted by Temo on behalf of the Swedish KSU, found some 26% of those polled said that stations should be shut down whether they are still operational or not, while 24% would approve of new reactors to maintain current production levels and 15% would like to see more nuclear capacity.

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