A year on from the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami which created a succession of failures in the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant in Japan, Ipsos MORI has brought together a pamphlet of its latest thinking on public attitudes to energy policy around the globe.
The pamphlet considers:
What is clear throughout is that the public supports the fundamental policy aims of protecting supplies, diversifying sources and stabilising costs. However, views on how governments should achieve this, and on the role of nuclear power in particular, are influenced by social, cultural, economic and political factors to a far greater extent than more fundamental measures such as power usage or energy dependency.
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