Half of Americans believe that it is better to have a single disposal site for radioactive waste than keep the waste on the surface at multiple sites around the country.
That is the finding of a YouGov poll published this week. The poll covered a number of major public policy issues (eg immigration, terrorism, N Korea, etc). But in a clear signal that radioactive waste disposal is currently a major political issue in the US, the poll also asked people about their attitudes to radioactive waste disposal. Unsurprisingly almost two-thirds of Americans would not want a GDF near where they live.
You can access more detail from the YouGov poll here, but the relevant section on geological disposal is set out below: