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Created: May 17, 2011
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<i>Nuclear Power </i> Summary
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A recent survey at StatCrunch asked respondents to rate their concern about the long term impact of the nuclear power disaster in Japan (Concern), whether or not they support the development of nuclear energy (Support), their age (Age) and their political affiliation (Party).

There seems to be no correlation between Age and Level of Concern:

Result 1: Scatter Plot of Age and Level of Concern about Japan Disaster   [Info]
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This bar plot shows that a majority of respondents are in favor of nuclear power development, even those who are most concerned about the Japan disaster:

Result 2: Bar plot of level of concern, grouped by support of nuclear power   [Info]
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Within each party, a majority of respondents favor nuclear power development.  The difference between "support" and "do not support" is much greater between republicans than it is democrats:

Result 3: Bar plot grouped by party of Nuclear power support   [Info]
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Check out the data that were collected here:

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