34% of Fukushima city people want to evacuate, local gov “Measures need to be taken”

For the questionnaire, 34% of the people answered they want to evacuate Fukushima city, and local government staff is commenting they need to take measures about this situation.

In May, Fukushima city government sent questionnaires to 5,000 people of over 20 years old living in Fukushima city and to 500 people who evacuated to out of Fukushima city. The valid response rate was 55%.

The result showed 34% of them answered “They want to evacuate even now.”. 31% of them answered “They used to want to evacuate.”.

Among people who evacuated to out of Fukushima city, 27% of them answered “They don’t want to come back.”. 19% of them answered “They don’t want to come back to Fukushima city if possible.”
However, 55% of them answered “They want to come back to Fukushima city.”

The city government staff comments, “The result is very severe. We need to take some measures. “.


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34 % des habitants de la ville de Fukushima veulent évacuer. Les autorités locales : “On doit prendre des mesures”

Pour le questionnaire, 34 % des gens ont répondu qu’ils veulent évacuer la ville de Fukushima et les autorités locales répond qu’ils doivent “prendre des mesures face à cette situation”.

En mai, le conseil municipal de Fukushima avait envoyé des questionnaires à 5 000 habitants de plus de 20 ans et vivant dans la ville et à plus de 500 personnes ayant déjà évacué la ville. Le pourcentage de retours valides a été de 55 % (questionnaires retournés remplis de façon exploitable).

Le résultat montre que 34 % d’entre eux ont répondu qu’ils “veulent évacuer même maintenant.” 31 % d’entre eux ont répondu qu’ils  “veulent partir depuis longtemps”.

Parmi les gens ayant déjà évacué la ville, 27 % d’entre eux ont répondu qu’ils “ne veulent pas revenir”. 19 % d’entre eux répondant qu’ils “ne retourneront pas à Fukushima autant que ça leur est possible.”
Toutefois, 55 % d’entre eux ont répondu qu’ils “voudraient revenir à Fukushima.”

La municipalité le commente en disant que “les résultats sont très graves. Nous devons prendre des mesures “.


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Actually, nothing has progressed in the plant since 2011. We still don't even know what is going on inside. They must keep cooling the crippled reactors by water, but additionally groundwater keeps flowing into the reactor buildings from the broken parts. This is why highly contaminated water is always produced more than it can circulate. Tepco is planning to officially discharge this water to the Pacific but Tritium is still remaining in it. They dilute this with seawater so that it is legally safe, but scientifically the same amount of radioactive tritium is contained. They say it is safe to discharge, but none of them have drunk it.


September 2012