Opinion poll

Survey: 69 pct of individuals do not want a nuclear power plant in Estonia

Friday, March 28, 2008

TALLINN, March 26 (LETA) – According to a poll carried out by Sustainable Estonia Institute, 69 per cent of Estonian residents do not want a nuclear power plant built in Estonia, writes ETV24.

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Nuclear energy? Still 'no thanks'

Monday, February 4, 2008

04.02.2008 The Copenhagen Post - Despite nuclear energy's growing popularity worldwide, Danes remain sceptical

Danish opposition to nuclear energy remains staunch even though the controversial energy source has received a renaissance in recent years.

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EU favours renewable energy for the future

Tuesday, January 9, 2007

EUOBSERVER / BRUSSELS - EU citizens largely favour renewable energies while only 20 percent are for nuclear energy, according to a new European Commission survey.

The Eurobarometer study - published on Monday (8 January) just two days ahead of the publication of the commission's major EU energy plan - shows that 80 percent of EU citizens back solar energy while 71 percent are in favour of wind energy.

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Majority of Europeans oppose nuclear power

Thursday, September 29, 2005

Results from a Eurobarometer survey reveal that EU citizens remain uninformed about radioactive waste and are sceptical about the credibility of information from national governments and the media on nuclear energy.

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