Launches Poll and Debate On Nuclear Defense

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Should All Countries Be Free To Pursue Nuclear Defense?

Should All Countries Be Free To Pursue Nuclear Defense?

Should all countries be free to pursue nuclear defense? has posed this question in its weekly poll, starting an intense debate over the controversial topic.

The poll launched by this past Friday, or FryDay as they call it, has prompted a flurry of responses on the popular social media network and microblogging site, Twitter. Organizations and agencies including the US-UN Mission in Vienna and the United Nations engaged in the ongoing debate. A number of political figures, including David Huebner, the US ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa, and US Congressmen Dana Rohrabacher and Paul Gosar have responded to the poll. With Iran’s nuclear ambitions the topic of heated discussion across the globe, has struck a chord with people everywhere.

With the Canadian Nuclear Association, Idaho National Lab, and Twitter users from the United States, Russia, Canada, Malaysia, and a number of other countries voicing their opinions in the comment section and on Twitter, the poll has incited a lively discussion. The FryDay Poll is open to all web users until March 22, 2012. has analyzed and visually presented the issue of nuclear defense succinctly in an engaging infographic. The infographic is accompanied by a video and text version of the analysis, creating a valuable educational resource on the topic.’s initiative FryDay Poll aims at raising a question of global importance every week and engaging web users by providing them with a platform to cast their votes.

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