A new poll shows most Americans are not happy with President Joe Biden’s plans with Iran.
The poll found 40 percent of respondents self-identified as Democrats, 34 percent as Republicans, and 20 percent as independents. Among those polled, 65 percent said the Trump administration’s “maximum pressure” campaign should remain in place.
Democrats support the stance by 31 points. Republicans agreed by 66 points, with independents agreeing by 43 points.
The survey of 800 people was conducted between April 26 and April 29 by GS Strategy Group and was commissioned by Christians United for Israel.
The poll was first reported by the Washington Examiner.
“Our practice is to call a list of registered voters nationally, and when we reach that specific person we’re looking for, we match them back to the voter file,” said GS Strategy Group partner Robert Jones in the report.
“We control for gender, age, ethnicity, and geography to make sure that the sample is representative of a general election audience,” he added.
CNBC reported in February that, “The Biden administration on Thursday took a major step, joining with European partners in offering to begin talks with the Iranians for the first time in four years.”
The outlet reported ,“The United States would accept an invitation from the European Union High Representative to attend a meeting … to discuss a diplomatic way forward on Iran’s nuclear program,” State Department spokesman Ned Price said in a statement.
Biden’s plan and Americans interests conflict in this important matter related to the nation’s security in the days ahead.