American people oppose Iran nuclear deal by two to one
A new Quinnipiac University poll shows that the American people oppose the nuclear deal with Iran 57 percent to 28 percent. The poll also reveals that 58 percent to 30 percent think it will make the world less safe.
The questions asked by Quinnipiac for this poll were very straightforward: "Do you support or oppose the nuclear deal with Iran?" And, "Do you think the nuclear deal with Iran would make the world safer or less safe?"
"There's not a lot of love for the proposed nuclear deal with Iran. Only a bare majority of Democrats support the pact," said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.