Many in Japan believe the risk of another nuclear crisis is high unless all the reactors are shut down, a recent survey suggests.

The results of the poll, conducted in March by Hirotada Hirose, a risk-psychology specialist and professor emeritus at Tokyo Woman’s Christian University, were released Wednesday to the Japan Atomic Energy Commission under the Cabinet Office.

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