Poll: 34 percent of Americans back Iran nuclear deal

December 4, 2013 10:11


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Americans take a positive view of the interim nuclear accord between the Western powers and Iran, according to poll results reported by the Politico news site.

The survey, which was commissioned by a liberal organization aligned with the Democratic Party, showed that 34 percent of those who were “a little” familiar with the deal supported it, while 22 percent were opposed. Forty-one percent said they had no opinion or did not know enough to answer.

The poll was commissioned by Americans United for Change, a group with an avowedly liberal orientation, according to Politico.

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