September 2001
American Enterprise;Sep2001, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p62
Presents the results of a public opinion survey on nuclear power plants in the United States. Percentage who believe that nuclear power plants are very safe; Opinion on increasing the use of nuclear power as a major source of power; Words or phrases that describe the feelings of those surveyed about nuclear energy plant.


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