A new AP/GfK poll shows significant distrust and discontent with the current situation in Japan.
80% think the government is not being honest about the Fukushima disaster.
60% see the country going in the wrong direction.
Close to 75% do not have confidence in the government to handle another major disaster.
82% do not think the government would help them in the event of a disaster.
84% say the economy is in poor shape.
8 in 10 people disapprove of TEPCO’s handling of the situation.
9 out of 10 view the JDF’s work in relief effort positively.
Only 5% are confident in the safety of the nation’s nuclear plants.
A slight majority want to shut down the nation’s nuclear reactors.
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