The Weekly Standard gives word
of a Pew poll that makes clear a majority disapproves of the faustian pact with Iran:
A recently released Pew poll finds that only 38% approve President Obama's deal with Iran. A plurality disapproves of the deal.
"More Americans disapprove than approve of the deal struck last week by the U.S., Iran and five other nations to limit Iran’s nuclear program: Among the 79% of Americans who have heard about the agreement, just 38% approve, while 48% disapprove (14% do not offer an opinion)," the Pew poll finds.
"There is widespread skepticism about aspects of the agreement, particularly the Iranian leadership’s commitment to the terms of the deal: Most of those familiar with the agreement say they have not too much (35%) or no confidence at all (38%) that Iran’s leaders will uphold their side of the agreement. And while there is greater confidence in the U.S. and international agencies’ ability to monitor Iran’s compliance, 54% are not too (33%) or not at all (21%) confident, while a smaller share (45%) express at least a fair amount of confidence in their ability.
"Views about the agreement’s effect on U.S.-Iranian relations also are split: Though a plurality (42%) of those who have heard about the deal say there will be little change, about as many think relations between the two nations will worsen (28%) as think they will improve (25%) as a result of the agreement."
I'd say it's a bit more who believe ties will get worse. This proves Obama's has no influence on the US public when it comes to issues like this, and they realize he screwed up badly by letting a dictatorship continue unfettered.
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