An indepenent survey taken BEFORE the Fukushima disaster suggests that that the people of Anglesey were even then worried about radioactive waste and its effects on health as a result of bulidng Wylfa B.
According to the survey the majority want to see more re-newable energy and are unsure about the long-term effects of another nuclear power station on the island.
Three quarters of the individulas questioned for the survey would rather see jobs being created in re-newable energy.
Almost three quarters also said they were worried about radio-active waste being left on the site for 160 years.
The survey was commissioned by management consultants Mana-Cymru Ltd following a request from PAWB and carried out by Bangor University’s School of Social Sciences over the summer. A representative sample of 500 people from Anglesey and adjoining areas of Gwynedd were asked for their opinions.