June 5, 2012

Poll: Japanese Wary of Nuclear Energy

Pew Research Center, Pew Research Center

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Increased skepticism about nuclear power is coupled with widespread dissatisfaction with the government’s performance: eight-in-ten say the government has done a poor job dealing with the Fukushima crisis and six-in-ten disapprove of how Tokyo has handled the overall recovery from the earthquake and tsunami.

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