“Rarely so united” – survey: Austrians still firmly against nuclear power

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Even during the energy crisis, the people of Austria do not change their mostly negative attitude towards nuclear energy. According to a recent survey, 72 percent are against the use of nuclear energy in Austria. “Rarely has the population been so united on an issue as on nuclear energy. Like neutrality, this is one of the state doctrines of the Second Republic’, says pollster Peter Hajek.

The figures from the representative survey of opinion pollster Peter Hajek in detail: 56 percent say “definitely not”, 16 percent “rather not”. At least 22 percent would be at least (8 percent) or more likely (14 percent) to use nuclear power in Austria. 800 Austrians were questioned.

Rejection in all voter groups
The rejection of nuclear energy runs through all voter groups in Austria, seven percent of the 800 respondents had no opinion about it. Most nuclear opponents are among the green voters with 81 percent (68 percent “no, definitely not”, 13 percent “rather not”). The FPÖ voters are also against nuclear energy in Austria with a majority of 59 percent (48 percent “no, definitely not”, 11 percent “rather not”).

Source: Krone

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