Has the crisis in Japan changed your opinion about nuclear power?
"If it's placed well and not on a fault line, it can be a good thing. Just as long as they are careful where they go they are a good thing."
_ Derek Sherry, Laurens, student.
"No, has given me more credence to have it. Even with an earthquake and tsunami things have for the most part held up."
_ Thomas Murphy, Hartwick, student.
"My opinion hasn't changed, my biggest concern is the disposal of the waste products."
_ Abbey Koutnik, Oneonta, special education teacher.
"I wasn't a believer in it anyways. Even though the Japanese reactors weren't built like the ones in Chernobyl."
_ Ed Bugel, Oneonta, carpenter.
"No, the Japanese are very technologically oriented and very equipped for what happened."
_ Joyce Soposki, Mohawk, lab tech.
"I think nuclear power can be a good thing, but people immediately think it becomes a bad thing after something like that."
_ Frank Companie, Oneonta, business owner.