Do Americans Want to Renegotiate the Nuclear Deal with Iran?

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by Nancy W. Gallagher A recent article in The Hill claimed that “a strong majority of voters—including most Democrats” want the United States to renegotiate the 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran. The results it cites are at odds with many… Continue Reading  

Polls: Americans Want to Stay Engaged Internationally

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by Program for Public Consultation A new study from the University of Maryland’s Program for Public Consultation calls into question the widespread assumption that the American public wants to disengage from world affairs. Rather, the PPC study reveals that large… Continue Reading  

New Survey Indicates Majority Support for Iran Deal

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by Jim Lobe  After assessing detailed arguments for and against the pending Iran deal, as well as alternatives proposed by its critics, a majority of a representative sample of registered voters concluded that Congress should approve the July 14 agreement… Continue Reading  

Misreading Public Opinion on Nuclear Negotiations With Iran

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by Ebrahim Mohseni As the P5+1 and Iran negotiate over the future of Iran’s nuclear program, some have begun to argue that the Iranian people are so supportive of reaching a deal that the Iranian government would face severe public opposition… Continue Reading  

Yet-To-Be-Fully-Released Poll Suggests Solid Support for Iran Deal

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by Jim Lobe The Chicago Council for Global Affairs (CCGA) has just released the highlights of a public opinion survey taken in late May and early June concerning public opinion on Iran’s nuclear program. The numbers should encourage the Obama administration… Continue Reading