Saturday, March 24th | 8 Nisan 5778


Be in the know!

Get our exclusive daily news briefing.

August 23, 2015 9:58 am

CNN Poll: Most Americans Oppose Iran Nuclear Deal

avatar by News Editor

Email a copy of "CNN Poll: Most Americans Oppose Iran Nuclear Deal" to a friend
Israel is very critical of the nuclear deal reportedly reached with Iran. PHOTO: Wikipedia

The P5+1 negotiators finalizing the nuclear deal with Iran. Photo: Wikipedia.

CNN – A growing majority of Americans are turning against the nuclear deal with Iran and believe Congress should reject the deal brokered between the U.S., five other world powers and Iran.

As Congress inches closer to a vote to approve or disapprove of the deal, 56% of Americans now say they think Congress should reject the deal with Iran — up from 52% less than a month ago — according to the latest CNN/ORC poll released Thursday.

Read full story.

Share this Story: Share On Facebook Share On Twitter Email This Article

Let your voice be heard!

Join the Algemeiner
  • Adele Mischel


    Good for CNN for having the courage to post the poll opposing the Iranian Deal.
    The deal is a bad deal, from the perspective of the United States and certainly Israel, but for Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. Giving Iran, 150 billion dollars, to further their instability and nuclear ambitions makes little sense, in my view. How may the moderate people living under this regime in Iran, so oppressive and punitive, speak out, and what would happen to them or their families, were they to do so?
    Appeasement is not an answer, in the hope of bring change, however, strong leadership, and showing strength, is the only alternative….I am not speaking of war, at this time.