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2019-12-06 13:20:00

NUCLEAR POWER FOR AUSTRALIA

NUCLEAR POWER FOR AUSTRALIA

WNN - 03 December 2019 - More Australians support lifting the country's ban on the use of nuclear energy than oppose it, a new poll conducted for the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has found. The survey also found that over half those polled were not aware that nuclear energy is banned in Australia.

The poll of 1500 Australians by JWS Research was conducted in early- to mid-October. It found 39% of those polled to be supportive of the use of nuclear power in Australia, with a similar level of support - four out of ten of those polled - supporting lifting the ban. Opposition to both the use of nuclear power…

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