Gallup reported on March 18th:
For the first time since Gallup first asked the question in 1994, a majority of Americans say they oppose nuclear energy.
The 54% opposing it is up significantly from 43% a year ago, while the 44% who favor using nuclear energy is down from 51%.
Similarly, Gallup reported Wednesday:
Opposition to fracking rises to 51% from 40% in 2015
Opposition to the practice of hydraulic fracturing or “fracking” has increased significantly in the past year as environmental concerns, such as earthquakes, have grown, even though the procedure has helped keep oil prices low.
Both fracking and nuclear are insanely destructive to health and the environment … so it is good news that the public has turned against them.
What types of energy do Americans favor?
A third Gallup report from last month found:
Seventy-three percent of Americans say they prefer emphasizing alternative energy, rather than gas and oil production, as the solution to the nation’s energy problems.