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Voters Unhappy With Obama's Iran Agreement

4:15 PM, Dec 10, 2013 • By DANIEL HALPER
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Voters aren't happy with President Obama's nuclear agreement with Iran, according to a new Quinnipiac poll:

American voters give the president a negative 40 - 48 percent approval for his handling of the situation in Iran. Voters are divided on the latest agreement to limit Iran's nuclear weapons, with 44 percent supporting the agreement and 46 percent opposed.

The agreement makes America less safe, voters say 45 - 37 percent. Saying less safe are Republicans 68 - 20 percent and independent voters 44 - 37 percent. The agreement makes the U.S. safer, Democrats say 56 - 24 percent.

Israel will be less safe because of the agreement, voters say 52 - 29 percent.

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