NBC poll finds Iran deal not trusted by most in the US

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April 10, 2015 02:45

 
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A survey conducted by NBC News has found that 68 percent of the American public does not believe Iran will uphold its part of an agreement it reached with six major powers in Lausanne, Switzerland earlier this month.

25 percent of those surveyed said they trusted the Islamic Republic to abide by the conditions set out in the framework deal.

53% of respondents said Iran's nuclear program constitutes a major threat to the United States.

The poll was released on Thursday.

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