51%
Yes
49%
No
41%
Yes
36%
No
8%
Yes, temporarily while we increase investment into cleaner renewable alternatives
13%
No, we should invest in cleaner alternatives such as wind, hydroelectric, thorium, and geothermal
1%
Yes, and nationalize the industry
1%
Yes, as long as there is no public subsidy
0%
Yes, but with public subsidy

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 @9MSNGWTanswered…4wks4W

Yes, it is by far the safest and cleanest energy source we have available. Expand resources going into research and build enough to make electricity abundant and cheap.

 @9D6RKTJanswered…11mos11MO

Yes, but only the latest (and cleanest) type still not available. While research continues, we should focus on cleaner alternatives.

 @9C9B42Canswered…1yr1Y

 @95CXKL4answered…2yrs2Y

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