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March 26, 2013 11:00 am

Poll: 64 Percent of Americans Favor Military Action Against Iran to Prevent Nuclear Weapon

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JTA – WASHINGTON – The U.S. public strongly favors considering military action against Iran to prevent it from obtaining a nuclear weapon, a poll found.

The Pew Research Center poll conducted March 13-17 found that 64 percent of Americans agree that it is “more important to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons even if it means taking military action,” as opposed to 25 percent who believe it is “more important to avoid military conflict even if Iran may develop nuclear weapons.”

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  • Alex123

    What? Sounds like a dubious poll. The leading question was a lie about nuclear weapons which Iran is not developing.

    How about some questions like “should the US continue to support a rogue, borderless, welfare-state like Israel that attacked and killed 34 Americans on the USS Liberty”? THAT would be an HONEST poll since it actually HAPPENED.

  • E Pluribus Beagle

    We live in an America where public opinion is utterly irrelevant.

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