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July 31, 2015 12:32 pm

Poll: 76 Percent of Israelis Think Israel Needs to Continue Fighting Iran Nuclear Deal

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A poll shows 76 percent of Hebrew-speaking Jewish Israelis believe Israel should continue fighting the nuclear deal.  Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

A poll shows 76 percent of Hebrew-speaking Jewish Israelis believe Israel should continue fighting the nuclear deal. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

JNS.org – More than three-quarters of the Israeli public believes that Israel needs to press on with efforts to torpedo the Iran nuclear deal, a new Israel Hayom survey conducted by New Wave Research revealed.

According to the poll, 76 percent of Hebrew-speaking Jewish Israelis believe Israel should continue fighting the deal, while only 15 percent think that Israel should not fight it.

In the survey—a random selection of 500 individuals over the age of 18—the Israeli public’s decisiveness on the nuclear issue was also reflected in the general opinion regarding President Barack Obama, who is seen as having led world powers toward the agreement with Iran. Asked whether they thought Obama was looking out for Israel’s interests, 73 percent said no, and only 20 percent believe Obama had Israel’s best interest at heart.

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  • Ben Kramer

    Fight all you want. The deal is done.

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