Study finds that after weighing options, a majority of Americans approve Iran nuclear deal

A new University of Maryland study finds that a majority of a national citizen advisory panel, made up of a representative sample of American registered voters, recommends Congress approve the deal recently negotiated between Iran, the United States and other permanent members of the United Nations Security Council (plus Germany) on Iran’s nuclear program. The study was conducted by the university’s Program for Public Consultation (PPC) and the Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland (CISSM). —> Read More