In the wake of Japan’s nuclear fallout, the U.S. public is split on whether nuclear power plants should be built on American soil, due in large part to environmental benefits and nuclear waste disposal issues.
Quick Study: Public on Nuke Fence; Retailers Customer-Savvy; Managers Lack Training; Social Ads Low Traffic DriversApril 4th, 2011 by PR News
â–¶ U.S. Divided on Nuclear: Three weeks after a massive earthquake and tsunami crippled four nuclear reactors in Japan, Americans are displaying only a slight shift in their opinions on nuclear power, says a new… Continued
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