@Bas: It's gone "terrible" twice in 60 years. Chernobyl was an antiquated design run by untrained workers. A wooden containment building??
Fukushima was subject to a severe 9.0 earthquake which cut off external power supply, and a massive 15m tsunami which cut off the backup diesel generators. Not a likely combination of events to occur in the United States.
Three Mile Island had a partial meltdown and was completely contained. On a clear day I can see the steam from the still operating cooling tower. Most people in the area are fine with it being there and the also nearby Peach Bottom nuclear plant.
This supports everything I said.