Public opinion in world countries is fed with information that is largely not due to facts but to fears and interests. When you bring facts and figures it turns out that even a non-professional audience is convinced and understands the benefits of nuclear. For example, in Belgium the majority of the public is unwilling to give up nuclear reactors because it knows that if the activity of the Nuclear Power Reactor is stopped the price of electricity will jump several times, air pollution will rise dramatically and the quality of life will be affected. Leaders want to build nuclear reactors because of growing energy needs but recipients to do so because of public opinion.
In a structured explanatory process, a very wide public can be persuaded about the benefits of nuclear.