Poll Shows 74 Percent of Israelis Say Deal Won’t Stop Nuclear Armed Iran
The first poll taken in Israel following the Iranian nuclear deal found that 74 percent of Israelis do not believe it will prevent the Islamic Republic from obtaining nuclear weapons, 10 percent think it will and 16 percent do not know, according to the survey taken Wednesday by the Sarid Institute for Channel 10.
The poll, of a statistical sample of Israelis, found that 69 percent are against the deal, 10 percent are in favor and 21 percent do not know. One-third of respondents said Israel should attack Iran in the wake of the deal, 40 percent said they were against an Israeli strike and 28 percent do not know.
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