Most US Jews back nuclear deal with Iran, J Street poll shows

June 10, 2015 19:38

A greater percentage of American Jews support an agreement with Iran over its nuclear program than the general population in the United States, according to a poll whose results were announced on Wednesday by the liberal lobby J Street.

With just weeks before a June 30 deadline, the survey found that 59 percent would support an agreement that the Obama administration is trying to hammer out with Tehran. In April, a CNN poll found that 53 percent of Americans back such an agreement.

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