New Poll Shows 80% Of Don’t Think Japanese Government Is Being Honest About Fukushima

A new AP/GfK poll shows significant distrust and discontent with the current situation in Japan.
80% think the government is not being honest about the Fukushima disaster.
60% see the country going in the wrong direction.
Close to 75% do not have confidence in the government to handle another major disaster.
82% do not think the government would help them in the event of a disaster.
84% say the economy is in poor shape.
8 in 10 people disapprove of TEPCO’s handling of the situation.
9 out of 10 view the JDF’s work in relief effort positively.
Only 5% are confident in the safety of the nation’s nuclear plants.
A slight majority want to shut down the nation’s nuclear reactors.

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One thought on “New Poll Shows 80% Of Don’t Think Japanese Government Is Being Honest About Fukushima

  • September 1, 2011 at 10:40 pm
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    THE WORLDS PEOPLE ARE AWARE NOW THAT MOST GOVERNMENTS ARE NOT OF THE TRUSTING TYPES BUT IT IS THEIR FAULT NEVER THE LESS AND WILL LEAD TO SOMES DISMISS IN THE FUTURE FOR SURE !!!

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